Stop the Clog News & Events
ABC 10’s John Bartell went out in the field with SacSewer’s crews to see how we deal with fats, oils, and grease in the sewer, which is an especially vexing problem during the holiday cooking season. Watch the report here.
SacSewer shared Stop the Clog messages and materials at the Rental Housing Association of Sacramento Valley’s RHExpo at Cal Expo on September 28. RHExpo is the largest educational conference and tradeshow for the local rental housing industry.
Hundreds of regional rental housing owners, property managers, and maintenance personnel attended, stopping by the SacSewer booth to get tips on helping tenants learn the proper methods of disposing of fats, oils, and grease (FOG).
Stop the Clog Program Manager Jan Holm (right), along with Patricia Thompson (center) and Kim Green (left), shared the message to “Can It! Scrape It! Trash It!” at the Rental Housing Association of Sacramento Valley’s RHExpo at Cal Expo on September 18. Hundreds of local rental housing owners, property managers, and maintenance personnel attended, stopping by the SacSewer booth to get tips on helping tenants learn the proper methods of disposing of fats, oils, and grease.
The Rental Housing Association (RHA) awarded SacSewer its Community Partner of the Year Award for SacSewer’s partnership with RHA on the Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) awareness program. SacSewer’s Jan Holm, Program Coordinator, accepted the award on behalf of SacSewer during RHA’s Stellar Awards event held at the Crest Theatre on March 13.
RHA’s Stellar Awards honors one or more individuals or organizations for their outstanding contributions to the Sacramento rental housing industry.
“I’m proud of the relationship SacSewer and RHA have developed,” said Jan Holm. “This award exemplifies that relationship and our mutual goal to provide the rental housing community with tools they need to educate and encourage their tenants to properly dispose of FOG. The more we can get the word out to all residents to ‘Can It! Scrape It! Trash It!,’ the greater likelihood we can prevent a sewer system back up or overflow.”
RHA is a non-profit organization serving rental owners and property managers in the Sacramento Valley region. Its members own or manage more than 80,000 rental units, from single-family homes to apartment communities.
The Sacramento Area Sewer District (SacSewer) recently participated in SMUD’s first-ever Green Restaurant Symposium. We were excited to share tips and tools with restaurant owners on how to properly keep fats, oils, and grease out of the sewer system. Watch the story!
Sacramento Area Sewer District is in the news for the upcoming holiday season reminding Sacramento area residents to keep their household kitchen drains clog-free from fats, oils and grease. See SacSewer’s feature in the Elk Grove Citizen here.
The Sacramento Area Sewer District (SacSewer) is excited to have recently won another national Publication Excellence award from the 2013 APEX Awards for its Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) Program. SacSewer’s 2012 FOG Media Campaign won an Award of Excellence in the “Campaigns, Programs and Plans – Government Agency Communications” category. The APEX Awards, sponsored by the Communications Concepts Inc., holds an annual competition for publishers, editors, writers and designers who create print, web, electronic and social media.
Sacramento Area Sewer District recently attended the Rental Housing Association of Sacramento Valley Vendor Showcase Event at The Sacramento Bee to talk with local Sacramento rental owners about the importance of educating tenants on how to properly dispose of fats, oils and grease. You already know the drill… say it with us! CAN IT. SCRAPE IT. TRASH IT.
The Sacramento Area Sewer District is excited to announce the launch of our new our new YouTube channel: YouTube.com/SacSewer. Make sure to subscribe to keep up-to-date with all our new videos!
To kick things off, we’re featuring a new video just out of the production room… Do you know what FOG is? How do you think your neighbors dispose of fats, oils, and grease? What kind of mess do you think a sewer pipe disaster would create? We asked local Sacramento area residents to see what they have to say!
The Sacramento Area Sewer District (SacSewer) and Rental Housing Association (RHA) were winners at the Sacramento Environmental Commission’s 14th Annual Environmental Recognition Awards Program, receiving a honorable mention in the category of “Achievement of a Successful Environmental Education/Outreach Program.”
RHA has partnered with SacSewer to educate its members and tenants about sewer problems related to fats, oils, and grease (FOG). Proper FOG disposal is important to help reduce sewer overflows that are costly and environmentally hazardous.
Help protect our local creeks! The Sacramento Area Sewer District is celebrating Creek Week along with the Sacramento Area Creeks Council: April 5–April 13.
The Sacramento Area Sewer District continued to be in the news this past holiday season, reminding Sacramento-area residents to keep their household kitchen drains clog-free from fats, oils, and grease. News highlights included coverage from the Sacramento Bee and Crossings TV. Cheers to another successful clog-free holiday season!