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What not to flush:
- “Flushable” wipes
- Other wipes
- Tampons, Sanitary Napkins
- Paper Towels
- String, Rags
- Gas, Oil, Solvents
- Prescription DrugsWhy Not?
CLOGS and BLOCKAGES
Most things on the list shouldn’t be flushed because they clog the sewer lines.
The clog may be immediate, which means a backed-up sewer line and toilet and a visit from the plumber.
Or the clog may happen further down the line. Which means a backed-up sewer or someone’s yard … and calling out a crew from Public Works to clear it.
Other that the obvious clog culprits, grease is sneaky because it doesn’t dissolve in water, it coats the pipes and builds up to a clog over time.
They may not block the lines, but these things are still trouble.
Gas, oil and solvents kill off the “bugs” (bacterial flora) in the wastewater treatment plant that digests normal waste.
Flushed pharmaceuticals pass right through the treatment plant into the rivers where antibiotics encourage the growth of resistant strains. Other drugs may have hormonal consequences. Watch for “Drug Take-Back Days” in the Spring and Fall.