Anti-Flyposting in Stirling

Work starts today in Stirling to clean up and apply the original anti-flyposting system to over 50 utility cabinets. This brings the total number of cabinets cleaned and protected by this coating in Stirling to over 200. This project brings two key benefits to the people of Stirling. The first, clearly visible, is the enhanced appearance of the streets in this popular and picturesque town. The second, not so visible but, equally valuable to the residents is the reduction in cleaning costs incurred by the council to remove illegal fly-posters from utility cabinets. Rhinoceros is proud to be involved in these visible and financial benefits to the people of Stirling.

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