Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Denver Plumbing Lesson: What You Pour Down the Drain Can Come Back
Suffice it to say that you have to be cautious about what you dispose in your sinks and other drains in your house or building. The negative consequences to your health are already very serious, and when you let the clogs or corrosions go unaddressed, you would face high repair costs, too. To guide you and prevent those problems from happening, here are some of the things that you shouldn’t pour down the drain or flush down the toilet, according to Denver plumbing experts: Grease, Oils, and Fatty Leftovers Grease or oil has always been the enemy of an efficiently working sewer system, since these compounds can cause buildups that are difficult to clear up. They can form “fatbergs” along sewer lines and trigger disgusting, unsanitary backflows.