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Question for Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

UIN 33838, tabled on 13 April 2016

To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, whether the (a) Tobacco Manufacturers Association, (b) Wine and Spirits Association, (c) Scottish Whisky Association, (d) British Food and Drinks Federation and (e) British Soft Drinks Association have been asked to attend the national litter strategy advisory group.

Answered on

27 April 2016

The current confirmed members of the Litter Strategy Advisory Group are:

Local Government Association

London Councils

Local councils

Highways England and Connect Plus

Industry Council for Research on Packaging and the Environment

Foodservice Packaging Association

Packaging and Films Association

British Retail Consortium

Wrigley

McDonald’s

Keep Britain Tidy

Campaign to Protect Rural England

Hubbub

Clean Up Britain

Marine Conservation Society

Cleanup UK

Chartered Institution of Wastes Management

Bradford University

Input to the Strategy’s development will go beyond the Advisory Group. We will seek the views of, among others, representatives from local government, campaign groups and independent experts, as well as voices from the packaging and fast-food industries. As part of this process, we will also establish a number of working groups on specific issues such as roadside litter, data and monitoring and enforcement.

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