No, these are not a food group, but something that you could be dealing with this Holiday.
With Thanksgiving a little over a week away, many of us are considering cooking Thanksgiving dinner at home.
A few simple tips will help you avoid a sewer back-up in your home. Not only is a sewer back-up unpleasant and unsanitary, but the clean up can also cost thousands of dollars, and your homeowner’s insurance may not cover the cost.
Even though fats, oils, and grease are liquid at one point, but will turn into a solid at some point. If poured down your drains and stools, this gooey slimy solid will cling to pipe and sewer walls, which can cause back-up and overflows into your home. This gooey sludge can even back-up into the streets and streams.
Because the season of huge dinners is upon us, you need to take care of disposing of your cooking fats, oils, and grease.
Here’s a check-list of what to do with fats, oils, and grease: