Skyway Water & Sewer District
6723 S 124th St.
Seattle, WA 98178
206-772-7343  Office
844-204-4170  After Hours
206-772-5860  Fax
info@skywayws.org
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06/15/17
ONLINE BILL PAY ALERT!!!

 

ONLINE BILL PAY ALERT!

 

We recently learned that some third-party online bill payment service providers have designed their websites to appear like Skyway’s payment web page, using the District’s logo, contact information and reputation to market their services to potential customers. They are NOT affiliated with Skyway! We do not require that our customers use a separate third-party bill payment service to pay their bill online. These companies frequently charge an additional service fee for your payment, and posting of the payment to your Skyway account may be delayed. If payment is delayed, it may result in late fees being assessed to your account, or your account may be subject to water shut-off or sewer lien.

Skyway Water and Sewer District offers online bill payment through a secure portal on our website: www.skywayws.org. The District does not charge a fee for online bill payments through our website or phone payments.

 

If you have any questions, please call our office at 206-772-7343

01/11/14
FOG in the Sewer

FOG in the Sewer

Did you know that FAT, OIL, AND GREASE or F-O-G is the number one cause of sewer backups in homes, apartments and food service establishments? Even a small amount of FOG in drains can cause serious (and expensive) plumbing blockage or overflows. The District receives trouble calls throughout the year due to sewer blockages caused by FOG. The most effective method for controlling FOG in wastewater is simply not to let it go down the drain, garbage disposal or toilet. Dispose of FOG by pouring it into an old jar, coffee can or plastic bag. When full, seal it and put it in the garbage. Restaurants, apartment complexes and commercial establishments may or should have grease traps or interceptors that keep grease out of the sewer system. For a grease trap or interceptor to work properly, it must be properly designed, installed and maintained. Be cautious of chemicals and additives (including soaps and detergents) that claim to dissolve grease. Some of these additives simply pass grease down pipes where it can clog up the sewer lines in another area. If you have specific questions or would like more information regarding FOG disposal and management, please give us a call at 206-772-7343.

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