#Plymouth Public Health Matters: FOG (Fats, Oils, & Grease)

Plymouth’s Director of Public Health, Dr. Nate Horwitz-Willis, hosts this debut episode of Plymouth Public Health Matters with Chad Whiting, Plymouth’s Assistant Wastewater Manager. On this episode, discover out what fat, oils, & grease (FOG) is and why it is a matter in Plymouth and the way the FOG can create issues in our sewer and septic techniques. Nate & Chad talk about the collaboration between Public Health & sewer to stop FOG in addition to the prevention of disposable “flush-able” wipes and different strong substances from impacting the sewer system. Chad educates the viewers on the 2 forms of grease traps: passive vs interceptors. When a grease lure is just not maintained, it might trigger a clog in a sewer pipe or septic system & an overflow of wastewater that will comprise micro organism, antibiotics, and different dangerous substances.

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