CIEH supports ASH's 'Smoking Still Kills' report

Publication Date: 10th June 2015

Subject: Public health

CIEH supports ASH's 'Smoking Still Kills' reportFollowing the release of Action on Smoking and Health’s (ASH) report Smoking Still Kills, a publication the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has endorsed, Ian Gray, Principal Policy Officer for the CIEH, said: 

“Tobacco companies continue to make enormous profits whilst our public services are left to deal with the social and health costs of the use of their products at great cost to the national and local economy. An annual levy is entirely in-line with our view that the polluter should pay.”


For media enquiries or to speak to someone about CIEH’s policy positions on smoking,please contact Steven Fifer on: 020 7827 5922 or email 

The Smoking Still Kills report will be available on ASH’s website.

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