The Problem With Plastic Wet Wipes

They’re Bad for the Environment, People, and Society

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Sewer Clogs

Every Year, Dozens of Cities Have Their Sewers Clogged by Plastic Wet Wipes, Often Branded as 'Flushable' - These Combine with Grease in the Sewers Creating so-called 'Fatbergs'
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"'Fatberg' of congealed fat, wet wipes and waste discovered under Baltimore's streets, causing sewer overflows" -

The Baltimore Sun

Not a Good Deal

Boxes of Plastic Wet Wipes Often Contain Harsh and Skin Drying Chemicals that Consumers are Unaware of - Not to Mention They're Notorious for Drying Out
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"Why the UK is Eyeing a Ban on Wet Wipes" - CBS News

Single Use Plastic

All Boxed, Disposable Wet Wipes are Made from some sort of Plastic Fibers, Which Eventually End up in Landfills or in the Ocean
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"'Flushable' Wet Wipes are Harming Marine Life and Pushing Up Water Bills, Experts Warn" - The Telegraph

All Boxed Wet Wipes Are Made Of Plastic Fibers

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