Toilets Are Not Trashcans.

ONLY FLUSH THE 3 Ps: PEE, POOP & TOILET PAPER

Flushing Wipes Clogs Pipes.

Flushing wipes and other products can clog your home plumbing, causing sewage backups into your home and expensive repairs to unclog your pipes.

Flushing these products can also harm sewer and wastewater treatment systems, clogging equipment and leading to environmental damage and higher sewer rates.

Protect your pipes! Never flush wipes, feminine hygiene products, dental floss, cotton swabs, or anything other than the 3 Ps: Pee, Poop, & Toilet Paper.

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Resources

Spread the word and advocate for change to keep wipes out of pipes.

Education

Materials to educate yourself and others about what happens when items other than the 3 Ps are flushed.

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Utilities

Public education ideas and materials, including downloadable templates, and information from other utilities.

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Legislation

Take action to achieve better regulation of wipes using our model legislation and issue summaries.

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What is a Fatberg?

Fatbergs

Fatbergs form when FOG (fats, oils, and greases) combine with wipes and other flushed products to form masses in sewer lines. These fatbergs cause sewer overflows, endangering public health and the environment, and they are expensive to remove. Fight fatbergs by disposing of FOG in the trash ā€“ not down the drain ā€“ and only flushing the 3 Ps: pee, poop, and toilet paper.

Famous Fatbergs

Famous Fatbergs

The first famous fatberg was in London in 2013, but fatbergs and wipe clogs happen everywhere!

See the pictures below of what happens when FOG and wipes end up in sewers.

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