Are you putting ‘flushable wipes” into your toilet? It may cost you big $$

This article explains why these create such a huge problem on your own sewer line and your community’s.  It is so bad, they may be banned in the future.

The article says: Disposable wipes are about 30 to 45 percent plastic and don’t break down the same way as toilet paper in the waste water system.  They collect in pipes and valves and in pumps, and turn into a concrete-hard substance that requires that the entire system be torn apart.

We suggest you put all wipes at your house in the trash.