The Amount Of Chewing Gum Litter On Our Streets Has Halved Since 2016
There's been an a 5 per cent increase in the amount of areas that are unpolluted
That's according to a a new national litter survey.
Cigarette butts are the most common form of litter, while pedestrians are the worst litterbugs.
Conor Horgan from Irish Business Against Litter says gum litter may be decreasing, but it's still a major issue.
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