Work is underway to make streets in Brent minty fresh.
The council has started to remove chewing gum from the pavement and roads in Alperton and Wembley as part of a partnership with Camden Council.
The work comes as the two council's chewed over a £60,000 bid for funding, which they won to get rid of chewing gum from pavements in hotspot areas across the two boroughs, as well as put up signage and information discouraging people from dropping their gum on the floor.
Councillor Krupa Sheth, Cabinet Member for the Environment at Brent Council said: “I am delighted that we have been awarded this funding to clean streets of chewing gum. The money will be used in our high-footfall areas that are often visited by residents and tourists.