DON'T BE A PAIN IN THE DRAIN!

Recycle Your Cooking OIl...

 The Holiday Cooking Oil Recycling Program returns to the Springs Preserve.  Bring your used cooking oil to the Springs Preserve South Ticketing Lot between December 26 and January 15 to be recycled into biofuel.  Biofuel is used for fueling trucks, buses and vehicles.  Click here for more info!

Think Before You Flush... 

Many personal cleaning products and household cleaning products marketed as "flushable" or "disposable" should not be flushed down the toilet.  Why?  These products do not degrade like toilet paper, and they wind up clogging pipes, tangling pumps and causing messy sewer backups into streets, businesses and homes.  While these products are great to use, they should be thrown away in the garbage, not tossed down the toilet.

No matter what the label says, the only things you should flush down the toilet are the three P's; Pee, Poo and toilet Paper! 

 

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DISPOSE OF THESE ITEMS IN THE TRASH, NOT THE TOILET!

⊗ Disinfecting Wipes

⊗  Baby Wipes

⊗  Mop Refills

⊗  Paper Towels

⊗  Towelettes

⊗  Diapers (cloth, "disposable", or "flushable")

⊗  Dusting or cleaning wipes

⊗  Feminine Hygiene Products

⊗  Facial Tissues

⊗  Moist Wipes

⊗  Toilet Bowl Scrub Pads

⊗ Wash cloths, Towels, Rags

⊗  Nursing Pads

⊗  Q-tips

 

Click Here for a printable list. 

 

REMEMBER, JUST BECAUSE IT SAYS IT IS FLUSHABLE, DOESN'T MEAN IT SHOULD BE FLUSHED!

 

Click Here for a printable list of other items that shouldn't go down the drain.

 

 

Intro to F.O.G.G.

Keep the Sewer Lines Free from Debris!

Medicine Disposal Program