OBERON Council says the waste water treatment plant is getting clogged with toilet paper alternatives that people are using.
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Council says wipes, tissues, napkins and paper towels are designed to be durable and not break down like toilet paper, so they should never be flushed down the toilet.
Paper towels, tissues and even so-called "flushable" wipes should be deposited in rubbish bins.
Repairs to pumps and treatment plant equipment is costly, council says, and plant failures could have serious consequences.
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