There are simply some things that don't belong in the drain! Our communities build and maintain thousands of miles of wastewater pipelines that collect sewer from homes, schools, churches and businesses throughout Clark County.

Unfortunately, we also collect a lot more than what's intended to go into a sewer. Fat, oil, grease and grit make their way into the lines, clump together, and harden to form blockages in the lines.  Putting these greasy FOGG materials down a sink causes 80% of all sewer line clogs. Raw sewage can back into homes and businesses, spilling out on to the street, and even finding its way into storm drains and back into Lake Mead. Wipes, even those marketed as "flushable" can clog the drains as well.  These blockages can occur anywhere from the pipes below your sinks and toilets to the lines in your front yard or the street.

When clogs occur, they make a real mess! Lines must be inspected to locate the blockage, cleaned out or dug up and replaced. All of this is very time-consuming and expensive for you and for us.

Recycle Your Cooking Oil! 

November 24-December 1

Four Convenient Locations:

Desert Breeze Park and Community Center

Mountain Crest Park and Community Center

Sunset Park Administration Building

Wetlands Park Nature Preserve and Nature Center Parking Lot

Medicinal products shouldn't go down the drain as well.  Unused and expired medications should be disposed of in a safe manner, not flushed down the toilet. Learn more about this here.