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Be a part of the solution:

don’t flush baby wipes!

Baby wipes aren’t designed to be flushed—sooner or later, they’ll get stuck somewhere. They may clog your pipes at home, leading to costly plumber visits. Or they may get caught in the public wastewater system, which can cause thousands of dollars worth of damage to pumping equipment. And that leads to higher sewer bills for all of us.

So next time you use a baby wipe, for whatever reason, remember:

put it in the trash...
every single time.

What The Flush!?

that’s taken Greater Portland by storm….
and learn what to flush (and what not to flush)!

RESOURCES

Take The Pledge

Take the pledge and help  Save Your Pipes

I pledge never to flush baby wipes down the toilet, whether I’m at home, on the road or visiting friends and family. I recognize that flushing baby wipes can clog my own plumbing and my town’s sewer system, requiring expensive repairs. Instead of flushing baby wipes, I will always put them in the trash or a diaper pail. I will also educate my friends and family about this issue.