64% feel 'very aware' of what should be flushed - survey
Nearly two-thirds of people consider themselves to be 'very aware' of what should go down the toilet or sink, according to a new survey carried out by Lanes Group.
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- 64% feel 'very aware' of what should be flushed - survey Nearly two-thirds of people consider themselves to be 'very aware' of what should go down the toilet or sink, according to a new survey carried out by Lanes Group.
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