...poured down kitchen sinks lead to messy—and expensive—clogs for you and the City of Columbia!
The City of Columbia spends an average of $1.5 million annually and 4,500 hours toward unclogging and cleaning the wastewater collection system lines each year. Costs associated with unclogging these stoppages are passed on to City customers through sanitary sewer fees.
Not even soap and hot water can stop them! In your house, it's a sewer back-up. In the street, it's a sanitary sewer overflow. No matter where they happen, grease clogs are:
If you're a city resident, then recycle it at 2910 Colonial Drive! It will be converted into earth-friendly biofuel for garbage trucks and other city vehicles.
For more information, visit Cooking Oil Recycling.
1136 Washington St.
Columbia, SC 29201