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Fats, oils, and grease (F.O.G.) resulting from food preparation can build up in sewer pipes and cause costly blockages and backups and sewage overflows to private and public property. View a video of a FOG-clogged pipe.
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Remember that F.O.G. waste cannot be recycled or composted and must be enclosed in a container and put in the trash. The benefit of throwing F.O.G. waste in the garbage to protect pipes and water outweighs the cost of disposing possible recyclable containers in the garbage.