Clogged sewer lines are one of the most common mishaps in sewer plumbing because they can occur quite easily.
If you take a visit to your local shopping centre, the gym, or even the community washrooms in your workplace, you will notice signs deterring individuals from putting solid items (feminine products, contraceptives, etc.). This is because items as such can easily clog the toilet or clog the sewers upon build-up. In fact, certain tissues, paper towels, and wipes can have this effect.
Avoid using the toilet as a wastebasket to prevent clogs in this manner. Instead, dispose of waste in a respectable manner.
If you are unsure how to rid yourself of certain items, you can contact your local government for recommendations.
In addition to toilets, disposing of waste in kitchen and bathroom sinks can result in sewer clogging and this is often overlooked. For example, draining hot oil down the drain after cooking, washing your hair in sinks and tubs and rinsing dermatological or hygiene products in the sink can be sufficient enough, when done consistently, to clog sewer lines.
Common sewer line problems can be minimized with a little intention. Be militant about how and where you dispose of your waste.