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Are You Spending Too Much Money on Grease Trap Waste?

Are You Spending Too Much Money on Grease Trap Waste?

Cities, towns, and municipalities across the U.S. and beyond are declaring war on FOG (fats, oils, and grease) in their sewers and water treatment facilities. Many are cracking down on enforcement of waste-related laws and regulations, making the proper disposal of...
How to Eliminate Costs from Liquid Waste Hauling

How to Eliminate Costs from Liquid Waste Hauling

The rising costs associated with hauling away and disposing of liquid waste threatens to put many companies and organizations into debt or out of business. New regulations and requirements are driving businesses and municipalities across the nation to try creative new...
Why We’re Winning the War on Flushable Wet Wipes

Why We’re Winning the War on Flushable Wet Wipes

Among municipal water treatment plant operators, there’s a new, undisputed Public Enemy No. 1: wet wipes. All over the country, “flushable” wipes, diapers, and other products sent down the toilet are causing huge headaches for municipalities. Flushables clog lift...
Wet Wipes Are Destroying Sewers in a City Near You

Wet Wipes Are Destroying Sewers in a City Near You

Flushable wipes aren’t so flushable after all. Everyone should use the term “flushable” with caution. For sewer systems around the world, wet wipes are becoming a huge problem. Technically, all wipes are flushable in the sense that one can flush them down the toilet...