Due to their sturdiness, a common cause for clogs.
Diapers, disinfecting wipes, disposable mop/sweeper heads, feminine hygiene products.
Dishrags & scouring pads.
Gasoline, paint thinner, diesel fuel, lighter fluid & solvents.
FOG clogs pipes and cause sewer back-ups. Learn how to control grease.
Latex, oil based or any other paint.
Engine oil, transmission oil or anti-freeze.
Prescription products can contaminate streams and other waterways.
LOW ph PRODUCTS
Battery acid, pool chemicals or muriatic acid.
HIGH ph PRODUCTS
Sodium Hydroxide (also known as Lye or Caustic Soda) or ammonia.
EXCESSIVE FOOD PRODUCTS
To much food can overwelm the treatment process at the plant.
It does not break apart in loose pieces, instead it clumps together and forms large masses.