The PMUA Sewer Division operates and maintains Plainfield’s sewage pumping stations, 110 miles of sanitary sewer lines and provides for proper collection and treatment of municipal waste water.
Municipalities can save big with PMUA’s state-of-the-art sewer maintenance services which include televised line inspection, jet vac cleaning and Perma-Liner™ trenchless pipe repair. For more info on our no-bid Municipal Shared Services, click here.
HOURS & LOCATION
427 Cottage Place
Plainfield, NJ 07060
M-F, 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.
In the event of a sewer emergency, contact the PMUA Sewer Department at (908) 226-2518 or the Plainfield Police Department at (908) 753-3107.
Grease usually comes from these sources:
- Meat fats
- Cooking Oil
- Food Scraps
- Deep Frying
Grease and oils clog pipes:
Grease enters the sewer system through household drains. It sticks to the insides of the sewer pipes on your property and in the street. Over time it builds up and blocks the pipes completely, causing a sewer backup.
Grease-clogged pipes lead to these costly problems:
- Raw sewage overflowing into your homes, yards, streets, and parks means an expensive and unpleasant cleanup that the homeowner is responsible to pay for.
- Potential contact with disease-causing organisms due to improper cleanup.
- Damage to home interiors.
- Higher sewer bills due to increased maintenance costs for the PMUA, from repeated cleaning of sewers in streets.
Keep grease out of your drains:
- Pour grease and scraps into a cup, can, or small container (preferably with a lid) and throw in the GARBAGE.
- You can also freeze it (less mess).
- Wipe out greasy pots/pans with a paper towel before washing them and throw paper towel in the GARBAGE.
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