Wacol is a suburb with industrial, correctional and psychiatric facilities and is 17 kilometres south-west of Brisbane CBD. The suburb is situated on the Ipswich railway line, and its name was formed from a weight bridge for coal at the railway station in 1927. It is a large suburb with the Brisbane River as its western boundary. The area’s census population declared it to have 2,957 as of 2011.
Ground movements due to excavations and ground saturation in line with ongoing constructions can cause crushed or broken pipes. These immediately attract materials and grit/sand deposits especially in main pipelines which cause an abrupt blockage of water. Tree root ingress is a common occurrence wherein roots paved its way to the openings to get fresh supply of water and nutrients. They form a large ball of root strands which snarl-up liquids and sewage water to reach its destination. These can be very annoying and inconvenient especially to household owners and tenants. Bad housekeeping can also be an ingredient to block drains. A common household culprit will be solidified grease which forms due to the mixture of cold water with fatty substances, oil and greasy food particles. They set and congeal in the pipes underneath the kitchen downspouts and could create a hard sticky clump which blocks water as well. Sanitary products, tampons and paper products also block toilet passageways adding up hair and soap which compound the problem.
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