There is nothing better than homemade oliebollen and apple turnovers. Or maybe you threw a bitter garnish in the (frying) pan yesterday? Now that the party’s over, you’re still stuck. Where do you put the used frying fat? Secretly pour it down the drain?
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That’s not allowed. Used (frying) fat does not belong in the sewer, because this causes blockages. Washing away the frying fat may be nice and easy, but the fat solidifies very quickly as soon as it ends up in the sewage system. This in turn can lead to problems with the drainage of waste water from your home and that of your neighbours.
Consequences: the sink does not flush, the toilet overflows … You do not want that! Click here for much more info about the sewer, solving problems and what can and cannot be flushed.