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Conveyance is the transportation of the water that you have used. Savannah has a huge, sealed, system of pipes and lift stations that moves the water you have used safely to our plant for treatment. After treatment the water is released back into the environment to be used again.
This system is massive. It has 853 miles of pipe, 196 lift stations, and 50 employees working 24/7 to keep Savannah’s conveyance, flowing or … well … conveying.
It is also fragile.
Imagine not being able to use your sink, shower, or even more urgently …
We need your help in keeping it working smoothly.
First, don’t use the mighty throne as a trash can.
Only flush the 4 “P’s”
And if you’re having a really bad day, Puke.
Don’t flush wipes.
Even if they say they are flushable. (beat) They’re not.
And being the guy that cleans them out is not fun.
(tough looking waste water guy shaking his head, no)
Second, your sink is for water. Don’t dump fats, oil, and grease, down your drain.
It’s easy to remember, Fats, Oils, and Grease stand for FOG. But, this isn’t just bacon grease, this includes, peanut butter, mayonnaise, butter, frosting, food scraps and more. If it solidifies, don’t put it down your drain. No amount of hot water and dish-soap will fix this. It just moves it little further down the drain.
Not only will this clog your drains, it can cause sewer to backup into your home.
Ever heard of a “fat-bergs”. They’re like icebergs, but made of fat, grease, and wipes gluing together anything else it comes in contact with it. Yeach.
(repair guy looking at fatberg and looking at camera, or also saying Yeach)
Fatbergs can wreak havoc to your home and the environment. The costs to clean up your home from a sewer backup are your responsibility.
The costs and impacts to our environment are high. “Fatbergs” lead to overflows and spills of sewage into our environment.
It’s more than stinky, it’s dangerous.
If you see a spills or an overflow, call 311 immediately to report it.
That’s it. 3 simple things -
Don’t use your toilet as a trash can.
Keep FOG out of your drain.
And call 311 if you see a spill or overflow.
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