Forensic Evaluation of materials collected at McMillan Pump Station, Jacksonville, Florida – March 12-13, 2019

Executive Summary Forensic evaluation of three separate sets of bar screen samples collected at McMillan Pumping Station on March 12-13, 2019 revealed similar results on average to those reported in 2016 NYC study 1.  In this JEA-KCC study, baby wipes made up 37% of all material counted on average, with flushable wipes totaling less than 1%.  Du...

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Code of Practice: Communicating Appropriate Disposal Pathways for Disposable Nonwoven Products to Protect Wastewater Systems

INDA-MEWEA “Don’t Flush Baby Wipes” Pilot Public Education Campaign

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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INDA-EDANA Flushability Guidelines, June 2013

To view full article, click here.Published June 2013 Preface Since the launch of the first edition of this Guideline in 2008, collaborations among INDA,EDANA and Wastewater agencies in the US and Europe identified the need for a more straightforwardand transparent means for differentiating flushable from non-flushable products aswell as the bene...

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Executive Summary: Third Edition Guidance Document for Assessing the Flushability of Nonwoven Disposable Products

Originally Published June 2013

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