Grease blockage in sewer line causes many gallons of wastewater to leak into bay
“A grease blockage in the main sewer line of a city facility in Sarasota caused about 300 gallons of wastewater to flow out of a customer’s cleanout.
An unknown amount entered a stormwater drain that leads to Sarasota Bay, according to a news release from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
The department said about 25 gallons were recovered after the 2:30 p.m. Monday incident at 1750 12th Street.”
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It takes a lot of gunk and grease to block a main sewer line. In situations like these, it’s important that action is taken immediately to reduce the impact. Water jetting would be a good solution to quickly remove the clog. However, there is still the aftermath of dealing with sanitation and cleanup from the leak.
If your sewer line is backed up call the professionals at DC Annis Sewer. We offer water jetting service as well as other methods to clear your drains and pipes! Call us at 612-861-6425 for more information.