They clump together in sewer systems and clog sewage treatment equipment. An independent consumer report in 2014 even found that a “flushable” wipe would not break down in water after being mixed by a kitchen mixer for 10 minutes. That’s not to say that wipes are bad; they’re just not good for the system that cleans our wastewater so it can safely be discharged into the San Francisco Bay.
If it’s not one of the 3-Ps: poop, pee or (toilet) paper, throw it in the trash to protect your toilet, our pipes, and the filters we all rely on to keep our Bay healthy.
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