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Products that were never designed to be flushed are being thrown in the toilet and are clogging our pipes.

Ready to know how you can have a healthy home and make a difference?

LEARN HOW!

Just because it can be flushed,
doesn’t mean it should

Learn the science behind flushability and what makes Flushable Wipes ok to flush.

The Real Problem:
Studies show that 98% of materials that clog equipment at wastewater treatment plants are Non-flushable items such as:

  • Baby wipes
  • Paper Towels
  • Feminine Hygiene Products
  • Cleaning Wipes
  • Other trash not designed to be flushed

These products can wreak havoc on your home and our sewer systems!

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Keep Your Home Healthy By Knowing What Not to Flush

Keep Your Home Healthy By Knowing What Not to Flush

To help consumers keep their homes healthy and their plumbing systems safe and running smoothly, the wipes industry has developed new, stronger labeling guidelines that call for prominent positioning of the “Do Not Flush” symbol on the product packaging for non-flushable wipes.

Increasing Public Awareness About Smart Flushing Habits Will Lead to Real, Lasting Changes

When you flush products that were NOT designed to be flushed, you are flushing your money down the toilet. On average, it costs about $300-$450 to repair the damage to your home plumbing system caused by clogs. And if it requires a whole house repipe, the average cost can range from $4,000-$15,000.

Increasing Public Awareness About Smart Flushing Habits Will Lead to Real, Lasting Changes

Increasing Public Awareness About Flushability Will Lead to Real, Lasting Changes.

Don’t Rush – Think Before You Flush

Which one of these products is okay to flush: paper towels, baby wipes, feminine hygiene… Read More >>
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Responsible Flushing Alliance Established as Independent Non-profit to Help Reduce Possible Damage to Nation’s Sewage Systems

(SEATTLE, WA) — To address the need for long-term solutions to the problems in our nation’s… Read More >>
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"Proper disposal practices start at home.

It starts with you."

"Proper disposal practices start at home.

It starts with you."