Toilet and “Non-Toilet” Paper
A virtual hands-on activity

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Toilet and “Non-Toilet” Paper

Introduction

This lesson was crafted to help students understand why some solids are designed to go down the drain and others are not.

The goal of every Central San lesson is to help students think more critically about “what happens to our dirty water after it goes down the drain?

Read our Project Handout: Toilet and Non-Toilet Paper to learn more!

To schedule a virtual lesson, contact Ben Lavender at blavender@centralsan.org

 

Want More Wipes Videos?

Our Wipes Fail Flushable Test shows our field testing of 13 different brands of wipes flushed down a 3,000-foot section of sewer pipe. Our results demonstrate that no matter what the label says, wipes clog pipes.

Our Wipes Clog Pipes Commercial is a quick and fun reminder of just how silly it is to flush wipes down the drain.

 

Want To Be a Part of Our Audio Project?

Record a 20-second (or less) audio clip using your iPhone or android phone. For better sound quality, you can put a towel over your head. It really works!

Your audio clip should answer the following question: 

“The next time I use a (tissue, paper towel, napkin, wipe, etc) I’m going to put it in the__________because___________”

Save the audio file and email it to: afuller@centralsan.org. Thank you in advance for your participation!