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Posted on: November 18, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Help Keep Our Sewers Working During the Holidays


Grease is a major cause of sewer clogs and back-ups

  • Keep all grease, oils, fats and fatty foods from going in the sink, garbage disposal, drains and sewers.
  • Dispose of grease, oils and fats by putting into a lidded container, mixing in absorbent material (such as kitty litter or coffee grounds), sealing the container and putting it in the trash.

For more information, please see What You Flush Matters (pdf)

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