TORONTO, May 31, 2016 /CNW/ - Urging consumers to take a closer look at their personal hygiene disposal habits, the Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) and the Clean Water Foundation (CWF) – in conjunction with the Regional Municipality of York, Town of Mississippi Mills, Niagara Region, City of Barrie and Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury - have teamed up to launch the I Don't Flush 2016 public awareness campaign on personal hygiene products. The campaign includes a PSA urging the public not to flush personal hygiene products - even when labelled "flushable". For more info, visit IDontFlush.ca.
SOURCE Ontario Clean Water Agency
Image with caption: "An Ontario Clean Water Agency Wastewater Operator cleans up non-flushable debris, showcasing why the I Don't Flush 2016 public awareness campaign - encouraging the public to take a closer look at their personal hygiene disposal habits - is necessary. www.idontflush.ca. (CNW Group/Ontario Clean Water Agency)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20160531_C1329_PHOTO_EN_701988.jpg
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