Sunday, February 2, 2014
TIPS: Your bowl is not super. #FlushResponsibly
One brew company estimated 50 million cases of beer are consumed on Super Bowl Sunday, resulting in 1.4 billion trips to the bathroom.
With that many potty breaks, chances are that there's more being flushed down the toilets than fluids and good ol' TP.
We hope everyone celebrates today's football festivities responsibly, and we also encourage you to flush responsibly: That means not using your toilet as a trash can.
Garbage like napkins, paper towels, disposable wipes, wrappers and so much more can cause plumbing problems and even wreak havoc farther down the line in community sewers. Dispose of trash in the can and help save sewers and your own drains from potential problems.
Posted by Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District at 3:13 PM
Tags: #flushresponsibly, #SewerBowl, flushable wipes, plumbing, toilet
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