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Report Looks at Energy Consumption, Environmental Effects of Digital Signage

Report Looks at Energy Consumption, Environmental Effects of Digital Signage

The Philadelphia-based public space advocacy group Society Created to Reduce Urban Blight (SCRUB) has published a report that examines the environmental and energy-consumption issues raised by digital signage. Such issues include higher electrical consumption, increased light pollution, and potential recyclability issues. The report includes an overview of the basics of digital signage technology and energy consumption, information on current regulation of digital signs by Philadelphia and other municipalities, and zoning policy recommendations. For more information, link to Illuminating the Issues: Digital Signage and Philadelphia’s Green Future.

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