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Dear Bath and North East Somerset Council,

We are researching the costs to your organisation for completing chewing gum removal, we have 5 simple questions.

*If you do not hold separate analytics for gum removal alone, please report on street deep cleaning/cleansing/power washing (not sweeping).

1. What primary method of removal do you use for *chewing gum removal:
a. High pressure water lancing
b. Chemicals/solvents
c. High pressure steam
d. Other (please state)

2. What was the cost of *chewing gum removal (whether carried out in house or contracted out) in:
a. 2017?
b. 2018?
c. 2019?

3. Do you contract out your *chewing gum removal services or is us completed all in house?

4. If outsourced, what is the renewal date of the cleaning contract?

5. Please supply the name and contact details for the department responsible for managing this contract.

May I take this opportunity to thank you in anticipation of your assistance and cooperation with this information.

Yours faithfully,

John Booth

Information Governance, Bath and North East Somerset Council

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From:    John Booth <[FOI #609573 email]>

Sent:     07 October 2019 12:46

To:         Information Governance

Subject:              Freedom of Information request - Chewing Gum Removal
and Paving Steam

Cleansing

 

 

Dear Bath and North East Somerset Council,

 

We are researching the costs to your organisation for completing chewing
gum removal, we have 5

simple questions.

 

*If you do not hold separate analytics for gum removal alone, please
report on street deep

cleaning/cleansing/power washing (not sweeping).

 

1. What primary method of removal do you use for *chewing gum removal:

a. High pressure water lancing

b. Chemicals/solvents

c. High pressure steam

d. Other (please state)

 

2. What was the cost of *chewing gum removal (whether carried out in house
or contracted out) in:

a. 2017?

b. 2018?

c. 2019?

 

3. Do you contract out your *chewing gum removal services or is us
completed all in house?

 

4. If outsourced, what is the renewal date of the cleaning contract?

 

5. Please supply the name and contact details for the department
responsible for managing this

contract.

 

May I take this opportunity to thank you in anticipation of your
assistance and cooperation with this

information.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

John Booth

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