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Get the Facts on Flushing:
Don’t Legislate Bathroom Hygiene

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May. 18
Original Source: The American Council on Health and Science   In the grand tradition of misidentifying problems and offering proposals that won’t work, the city council of Washington, D.C. wants to force manufacturers of flushable toilet wipes to change the label to “non-flushable.” There are four reasons it's bad policy. First, flushable wipes ...
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Apr. 05
Original Source: The Berkshire Eagle  CARY, N.C.— In reviewing the recent Pittsfield City Council discussions on flushable wipes and The Berkshire Eagle's editorial implicating "flushable wipes" in local machinery clogs, I'd like to correct the record and help the community understand the real causes of wastewater system clogs.There are many kin...
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Apr. 16
INDA-MEWEA “Don’t Flush Baby Wipes” Pilot Public Education CampaignFinal ReportApril, 2015 INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, and the Maine Water Environment Association (MEWEA; formerly known as the Maine WasteWater Control Association [MWWCA]), jointly committed to conduct a pilot consumer education campaign in Maine. This...
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