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The Responsible Flushing Alliance 101: The Reasons Why We All Need to #FlushSmart

With #FlushSmartDay around the corner, we’re bringing it back to the basics of all things responsible flushing habits. Keeping it simple to ensure consumers understand what shouldn’t be sent down the drain. Wait, what even…

Don’t Serve Up Stress at Your Next Gathering – Learn What Not to Flush at the Family BBQ

The days are getting longer, and the temperature is getting hotter. Soon family and friends will get together for barbecues and backyard gatherings filled with laughter and good food. Here at the Responsible Flushing Alliance,…

The Definition of Flushability

Here at the Responsible Flushing Alliance, we always encourage you to practice your best #FlushSmart habits. Sending the wrong products down the drain causes dangerous clogs in municipal sewer systems that could lead to burst…

The Clog Monster’s Favorite Foods

No one thinks of their bathroom as the hottest spot in town, but for the destructive Clog Monster, it’s five-star dining!  With the everyday products we use for cleaning, hygiene, and relaxing just one wrong…

Crafting With Kids: What To Do With What You Can’t Flush

February brings chilly weather and early sunsets. Instead of playing outside, children are staying indoors more than ever—even during the weekends. It can be hard to keep the little ones entertained for long periods of…

National Bath Safety Month: Staying Safe from Spills and Slips

After a long day at work or taking care of the kids, there is nothing better than stepping into the bathroom for an evening of relaxation. Between the bubbles and moisturizing sheet masks, have you…

School Sanitation is a Community Problem but Support Starts at Home

Almost two years into the pandemic, we can all agree that a safe, sanitary environment in which to learn is crucial for a child’s education.

Not Sure What to Flush? California Now Has a Label for That.

California can now put another arrow in its quiver in its fight to protect the environment and state infrastructure: a new law that educates consumers on what can and cannot be flushed down the toilet.

Don’t Be Gross – That’s So 2019

In 2020, when American consumers found themselves social distancing and short of toilet paper (“TP,” as the cool kids call it), the demand for wipes products skyrocketed by as much as 500 percent.