Sewerage Everything Guide
The Role of Sewerage
How Sewerage Systems Support Our Everyday Living
Handy Guide for Sewerage and Living
- Q1 How are sewerage service charges calculated?
- Q2 Is it okay to pour oil down the sink drain?
- Q3 Can I use a garbage disposal unit?
- Q4 Is it okay to pour boiling water down the drain?
- Q5 My toilet clogged. What should I do?
- Q6 Can I put glass or plastic bottles in the toilet tank to reduce water consumption?
- Q7 Hair buildup in the bathroom and washroom - is it okay to wash it down directly?
- Q8 Can I send lint from the washing machine down the drain?
- Q9 There’s an awful smell coming from the drainpipe. What should I do?
- Q10 There’s an awful smell coming from the public sewage inlet in the street. Where should I inquire about it?
- Q11 What should I do if an earthquake occurs and my toilet becomes unusable?
- Q12 What should I do if wastewater remains in the sewage inlet or has not drained after an earthquake?
- Q13 I want to know the rainfall status in Tokyo.
- Q14 Is there anything I can do in advance to prevent or reduce flood damage?
- Q15 The water in the stormwater inlets on my property wasn’t flowing well, so I looked inside and noticed it’s clogged with mud. What should I do?
- Q16 What should I do if the water is draining slowly or not at all?
- Q17 Where can I find out about the construction work conducted by the Bureau of Sewerage?
- Q18 How should I request drainpipe work?
- Q19 A company claiming to be affiliated with the Bureau of Sewerage came to my home to canvass tests and repair of equipment. Can I trust them?
- Q20 What should I do if a manhole cover is rattling or sewage pipes are clogged?
- Q21 Can you explain clearly how the sewerage system works?
- Q22 Where can I get a manhole card?
- Q23 Can I take a tour of the sewerage facilities?