When someone mentions Granger-Hunter Improvement District, most people think about the clean water that comes out of the tap. The fact we serve about 120,000 people with 9 billion gallons of safe water every year has a way of sticking in your mind.
But there’s another side to our operation. It deals with what’s flushed out of those homes every day. And it isn’t just human excrement. Too often, we’re dealing with fats, oils and grease (FOG), which not only clog drains but challenge clean-up efforts, as well. It’s recommended that you dispose of solidified grease or liquid grease contained in a sealed, non-recyclable container in your household garbage.
Here are a few other things you might not know about our wastewater operations:
Without question, wastewater is anything but boring! Learn more about the Granger-Hunter Improvement District online.