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Minister's Visit to Bryngwyn Launches the National Chewing Gum Campaign for Wales

John Grifiths, Welsh Government Minister for Sustainable Development and Environment, came to Bryngwyn on Wednesday, 14th September 2011 to launch the National Chewing Gum campaign and spoke to an Assembly of Year 7 pupils and School Council members on a variety of issuesThe Welsh 'Chewing Gum Position Paper' states that:

The problem of chewing gum residue repeatedly hits the news headlines. Inappropriate chewing gum disposal is a litter issue. As such, it is part of a range of Local Environmental Quality issues that are detrimental to people’s quality of life. This document sets out Keep Wales Tidy’s policy options on chewing gum, with a recommendation for a clear policy statement in support of a tax on chewing gum as the most effective means of addressing the problem.