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UK Government Plans To Ban Wet Wipes
Let’s face it, when you go camping and backpacking, you expect to get dirty. Hiking for miles and miles is sure to help you get your sweat on. Not to mention the potential encounters with mud, streams, rain, and dust that can add layers of grime to your body.
Now considered an environmental scourge, wet wipes have a long, interesting history.
The first wet wipe, the Wet Nap, was made popular through single-use pouches that were distributed alongside a serving of deliciously messy ribs at your favorite BBQ joint.
Things are changing. In many Asian countries, the use of dry toilet paper is considered dirty and unhygienic.
A fatberg is a congealed lump in a sewer system formed by the combination of non-biodegradable solid matter such as wet wipes with grease or cooking fat. When you flush them, wet wipes turn nasty.