Washington D.C.

The Responsible Flushing Alliance is working with legislators in Washington D.C. to clarify flushability standards and educate consumers on the differences between flushable wipes and materials that were not designed to be flushed down the toilet.

D.C. COUNCIL RUSHING TO PASS UNENFORCEABLE LAW

Nov. 04 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE D.C. Council Rushing to Pass Unenforceable Law Banning Flushable Wipes… Read More >>
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COMMITTEE PRINTED BILL

Nov. 07 Committee Print, B21-833Committee on Transportation and the EnvironmentNovember 7, 2016 A BILL IN… Read More >>
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WIPE TIMES OP-ED

Nov. 14 By Dave Rousse The D.C. Council wants to police your bathroom. Will you… Read More >>
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DC FLUSHABILITY BILL LETTER TO THE RECORD 11-3

Nov. 14 featured Read More >>
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WET WIPES INDUSTRY ASKS CONGRESS TO FLUSH D.C. EFFORT TO SET STANDARDS FOR BATHROOM WIPES

Jun. 20 Original Source: WAMU 88.5 Marijuana. Guns. Assisted suicide. Those are all issues that have… Read More >>
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UPDATED FLUSHABILITY GUIDELINES TO HELP CONSUMERS, MUNICIPALITIES

May. 31 Read More about Guidelines for Assessing the Flushability of Disposable Nonwoven Products Ed… Read More >>
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