Think Before you Flush

Christine Cezar of Orillia’s Environmental Services and Operations Department takes viewers on a tour down beneath our City to debate the issues that may be attributable to non-flushable gadgets into Orillia’s waste water system.
The City of Orillia has over 140 km of waste water sewage pipe and yearly removes 20 tonnes of non-flushable particles from this method. Items like moist naps, paper towels, diapers and female hygiene merchandise ought to by no means be flushed. Also cooking oil and grease ought to by no means be poured down a sink as this causes build-up in pipes which might solely be repaired by excavation. Excavations come at a terrific value to the City and a terrific inconvenience to its residents. For extra data on non-flushable gadgets go to orillia.ca

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