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The only liquid you should put down the kitchen sink is water or any liquid which has the consistency of water at the expected temperature range of the pipework. This also applies to liquids which when mixed with other liquids produce jelly like solids in suspension.
Pouring liquid cooking fat straight from the oven down the sink will eventually block your kitchen waste and maybe even further into the sewerage system. Rice, noodles, potatoes and any other food stuffs rich in starch or gluten will congeal in the pipes.
Most water authorities are keen to encourage their customers to place ALL food items in the food recyle. No matter what their physical state.
In a new building, many of the pipes go in first, even before the floor and the walls. The pipework must be installed, tested and then protected from the building work.
Once the floor and walls are completed the plumber must return to connect the preinstalled pipework to the equipment where they are needed.