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Come and see us at the balloon fiesta

We’ll be offering customers the opportunity to play our Bag it and Bin it game at this year’s Bristol International Balloon Fiesta.

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The game, which tests your waste disposal skills, encourages you to think twice before flushing items such as wet wipes and cotton buds down the toilet.

If you come and speak to us at the event you’ll be given a freebie to take away and some important advice on how you can do your bit to keep your drains blockage free.

Every year we unblock thousands of sewers and in the vast majority of cases these blockages occur because people flush items such as wet wipes down the toilet. Our Don’t flush it, bin it campaign aims to raise awareness of the problem.

If you can’t make it to this year’s Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, you can download the app free from iTunes.

Come and see us!

The 35th Bristol International Balloon Fiesta will be held from 8 to 11 August at Ashton Court Estate in Bristol. For more information and directions visit the website.

  • Thanks to all our customers who visited us at this year’s Royal Bath and West Show – we’ll be back again next year.

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