@jhutson , thank you so very much for comment.
Yesterday was a busy day at the Mobile Home Park.
We had a clog in our Sewer System.
The City Sewer District came out and found that the clog was just barely on our side of the Sewer System in a 1.5 acre green space.
Thus, yesterday we contacted our Contractor, Mr. Rooter Plumbing, who resolved this issue by “hydro jetting” the line (the same resolution that @jhutson documented) .
As per our Contractor it appeared that someone intentionally poured grease down the sewer manhole cover located in our 1.5 acre green space.
Currently, we have a Tenant that is being evicted.
Coincidentally, our Tenant that is currently being evicted and two of the occupants of that home work at two different restaurants.
Coincidentally, the Tenant that is currently being evicted was the same Tenant that:
- Yesterday Evicted Tenant found the sewer clog in the middle of a 1.5 acre green space
- Yesterday Evicted Tenant contacted the City Sewer District
- Yesterday Evicted Tenant contacted DHEC (Department Of Health & Environmental Control)
If the clog was not intentionally created and was just built up over time, the City Sewer District has kindly offered to:
- Provide information kits for our Tenants concerning the Sewer System
(as to what can and cannot go down the sewer; info about what creates fats, oils, and grease and how to dispose of it; info about our new cooking oil recycling program, along with can lids and grease scrapers to help each household begin good sewer habits)
Ah, the joys and trials of owning a Mobile Home Park .