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Good Advice – Tackling Graffiti in Playspaces

We came across an informative article in Play Australia, Summer 2018 – Issue 01, written by UMS’ Executive Manager, Mike Hoy, on the safety implications of substances used for removing graffiti from playground equipment. To tackle graffiti in playspaces he advised readers that: –   The diversity of materials used in manufacturing playground equipment and the …

Graffiti Removal Day

Sunday 29th October was Annual Graffiti Removal Day. Locals from all over NSW got involved in “Love Where We Live” by volunteering to help remove graffiti. Graffiti vandals cost our state millions of dollars each year. It effects local businesses, households, the NSW Government and Local Councils. This is money which could be invested into …

Using Street Art to Fight Against Graffiti 

Graffiti is not just unsightly and a criminal offence but a significant drain on Councils resources. The City of Greater Dandenong’s Transformed Temporary Public Art Program aims to use street art to fight against graffiti. This is done by covering the walls in commissioned Street Art. Whilst some taggers and stencil artists might be just interested …

Improve Your Properties Appearance with High-Pressure Cleaning

When most people think of high-pressure cleaning they think of water blasting dirt and grime off walls. But there is more to it than meets the eye. High-pressure cleaning does more than just removing dust, mould, grease, grime, and pollution. It can actually increase your profits by improving the appearance of your building and making …

Don’t Let Unsightly Graffiti Keep Costing You

Graffiti is not just unsightly and a criminal offence but a significant drain on your resources. But what if we could tell you we can help you prevent future graffiti and the costs associated with it? State Graffiti Taskforce stated up to $1.58 billion annually has been used as the estimated cost of criminal damage, …

Graffiti Removal Day

To support their commitment to reducing vandalism in the community, the NSW State Government has established a state wide graffiti removal and prevention day known as “Graffiti Removal Day” The aim of the day is to encourage people to volunteer their time and get involved in the removal and prevention of graffiti. Graffiti Removal Day …