Cleaners to rid Southport streets of chewing gum

By October 29, 2010Articles

Cleaners to rid Southport streets of chewing gum

Sefton Council may be hiring Contract Cleaners in an effort to remove chewing gum and graffiti from the streets of Southport.

Funds of £45,000 have been secured to carry out a deep cleaning programme targeted at the town centre, the Southport Visiter reports.

Councillor Les Byrom told the news provider: “What we have to do is take pride in our town, bearing in mind the current economic constraints.

“We have to look to what we can do to improve the situation. We are calling on everyone to be more responsible and more vigilant.”

As well as targeting gum, graffiti and stains, pavements, benches, bins, railings and bollards will also be washed.

It is part of a programme that will see deep cleansing take place twice a year for the next three years.

The work will take place between the end of October and early November in order to improve the area before the Christmas period.

Cleaners will operate during the evening, throughout the night and early mornings.

It was recently reported that scientists in the UK have developed a new kind of chewing gum that is designed to be non-stick and soluble in water, making it a lot easier to clean.

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