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Monthly Archives: December 2022
Pouring used cooking oil down a drain is not allowed. It can lead to substantial fines and clog city sewer lines with the solidified grease. Fats, oils, and grease (FOG) will combine with materials that residents flush or put down drains, such as flushable wipes, paper towels, and eggshells and form large clumps known as “fatbergs.” Continue reading