Low-flow toilets cause a stink in SF
San Francisco’s big push for low-flow toilets has turned into a multimillion-dollar plumbing stink.
Skimping on toilet water has resulted in more sludge backing up inside the sewer pipes, said Tyrone Jue, spokesman for the city Public Utilities Commission. That has created a rotten-egg stench near AT&T Park and elsewhere, especially during the dry summer months.
The city has already spent $100 million over the past five years to upgrade its sewer system and sewage plants, in part to combat the odor problem.
LOW FLOW TOILETS?
If there were anything you would want to remove from your house quickly it would be the stuff in your toilet.
I hate low flow toilets, I’ve often found myself dealing with clogs and flushing more then once to get these things to work properly, give me 3.5 gpf any day.
Now it seems that the liberals have got a problem on their hands in SF, the low flow toilets are not removing the stuff from the city, there just isn’t enough pressure to keep the pipes clean.
This situation is a clear demonstration that the democrats and their liberal commie friends implement failed policies because they reject the truth and build their ideology on lies.
This particular lie is the premise that there is a water shortage.
Maybe the liberals didn’t get the memo or just are incapable of reading it but the last time I checked the world wasn’t running out of water.
OK my little liberal friends time for a little lesson, sit down and shut up because I’m going to school you.
Do you see the color blue in this map? Blue…go on and say it, blue (bloo)… I knew that you could.
Well that’s water, that’s right..water!
The earths surface is covered by water, approximately 70-75%.
So you see you silly, ignorant, crazy, little liberals there is no water shortage that’s just a lie.
Now San Fansicko has got to stew in their own sh*t because they bought into this lie.
The city is also spending over $100 million dollars to clean up this mess I wonder if they ever thought of building a desalinization plant?
To expensive they say but a $100 million here and there is ok to clean up this bio hazard caused by low flow toilets.
How about bringing back 3.5 gallons per flush
Naaa…That would make sense.