False flush: Company behind White King 'flushable wipes' fined $700k

By Jenny Noyes
Updated April 13 2018 - 1:15pm, first published 10:29am
Sydney Water workers at the Shellharbour sewage pumping station cleaning out a blockage of wet wipes also known as a fatberg. Picture: Sydney Water
Sydney Water workers at the Shellharbour sewage pumping station cleaning out a blockage of wet wipes also known as a fatberg. Picture: Sydney Water

We all know that toilets are for flushing the three P's only: pee, poo, and (toilet) paper. Anything else can pose a pricey problem for your plumbing and the planet.

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