Flushables News

  1. JWC Environmental’s Wipes Ready Grinders Receives Prestigious WEF Innovative Technology Award

    JWC Environmental (JWC) has been awarded the prestigious Innovative Technology Award by the Water and Environment Federation (WEF) for its Wipes Ready Technologies.

  2. Flushable Wipes Class Action Lawsuit Dropped

    INDA, the Association of Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, recently announced the settlement of the class action lawsuit brought by the City of Perry, Iowa, in which Perry alleged damages from flushable wipes manufactured by a number of flushable wipes producers.

  3. D.C. To Regulate 'Flushable' Wipes

    Washington D.C. will begin cracking down on flushable wipes next year in an effort that could lead other states to regulate the pesky products.

  4. CDEnviro’s Innovation Leads To Awards Shortlisting

    CDEnviro’s S:MAX G – a sludge screening system used in the pre-treatment stage in waste water treatment– is a finalist for the category of Most Innovative New Technology in the Water Industry Achievement Awards’.

  5. JWC Environmental To Acquire FRC Systems International, Expand Solutions For Industrial Wastewater

    JWC Environmental (JWC)and FRC Systems International (FRC) have announced the finalization of the transaction for the acquisition of FRC Systems by JWC Environmental. 

  6. Sewage Flood Chases Kids From California Classrooms

    Sewage problems chased students out of the classroom at a California elementary school last week, a sign of growing wastewater infrastructure challenges across the state that have made school operations difficult in many counties.

  7. Gorman-Rupp Offers NEW Eradicator™ Solids Management System For Super T Series® Pumps

    Gorman-Rupp, pump manufacturer of Mansfield, Ohio, offers NEW Eradicator™ Solids Management System for Super T Series® line ofself-priming centrifugal trash pumps. Eradicator was developed for demanding applications.

  8. Wet Wipe Manufacturer Agrees To Substantiate 'Flushability' Advertising Claims Under Settlement With FTC

    Under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, Nice-Pak Products, Inc., a manufacturer of wet wipes, has agreed to stop advertising moist toilet tissue as flushable unless it can substantiate that the product is safe to flush.

  9. Millions Of Dollars In Sewer Clogs Prompts Flushable-Wipes Lawsuit

    A Minnesota city is suing six manufacturers of so-called "flushable" personal wipes, alleging that the product is not living up to its name and instead clogging up the sewer system.

  10. New Wet Wipe Report Highlights Need For Genuine Non-Clog Pumps - Claim

    In response to the new report by the Marine Conservation Society, which shows a 50% increase in wet wipe litter on Britain’s beaches, Landia says that this clearly underlines the need for truly genuine non-clog pumps.