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Posted by lavender27 March 14, 02:43PM

Please admin can you put this in the main section as i am unable to access this at the moment ?

Where should cat litter go when you want to throw it out? In the household green wheelie bins or elsewhere?

Lavender27

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Posted by Vik March 14, 06:09PM

Household green.

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Posted by lavender27 March 14, 07:16PM

Thanks Vik

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Posted by hpsaucey March 14, 07:21PM

You can get flushable litter too. But more money but eco friendly and less aggro.

Hp

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Posted by nxjen March 15, 04:49AM

Iíve seen there is flushable cat litter available but I wonder if itís something Thames Water approve of?

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Posted by IlonaM March 15, 07:30AM

I wouldn't flush a trayful!

There is also compostible litter - once you remove the soiled litter.

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Posted by singalto March 15, 08:36AM

Thames Water told me never to flush cat waste down the loo..

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Posted by lavender27 March 15, 11:51AM

thanks all

a friend of mine used to flush the cat poo down the toilet , the blessed poo always floated to the top again , not a good idea . and the litter stuff may also block the toilet .

The reason i was asking is if its put in normal green bins taken by refuse lorry , was wondering how the lorry copes with the poo, if it gets stuck or coated in the grinders etc

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Posted by Sue March 15, 12:40PM

lavender27 Wrote:
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>
> The reason i was asking is if its put in normal
> green bins taken by refuse lorry , was wondering
> how the lorry copes with the poo, if it gets stuck
> or coated in the grinders etc


Wouldn't you put it in a bag rather than putting it in the bin loose?

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Posted by hpsaucey March 15, 03:55PM

Not a trayful lol. But you can scoop out the solids and clumped wee from the flushable (and biodegradable) litter and flush them. delightful...

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Posted by lavender27 March 15, 05:25PM

Yes , I meant putting it in a bag first. Does it get stuck in the grinders of the rubbish lorry.


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