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69 Years Working for Clean Water: 1947 through 2016

Wastewater & Onsite Systems

Special Projects

  • Northeast Onsite Wastewater Treatment Short Course and Expo
  • Fats, Oil, and Grease Management Alternatives (FOG)
  • Youth and the Environment
  • Mass. Title 5 Training Training & Renewals Onsite Systems (Task Force) Wastewater Treatment
    Collection Systems Residuals Quality Management Climate Change Initiative

    Wastewater & Onsite Systems | Collection Systems

    Fats, Oils and Grease Control and Management (F.O.G.)

    Clarified effluent from a dewatering box. Photo from Atlantic Dewatering Services, LLC.

    FOG Resources

    Municipal FOG Control Programs

  • Daphne Utilities, Alabama
       - Daphne Utilities Presentations
  • Las Vegas, Nevada (Pain-in-the-Drain)
  • The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYC DEP) has developed a guide titled Best Management Practices for Non-residential Direct and Indirect Discharges of Grease to the Public Sewer System.

    NYC DEP has also developed a brochure titled What You Should Know About Preventing Grease Discharge into Sewers – Guidelines for New York City Businesses.

    Additionally, NYC DEP has developed a brochure titled Grease Disposal Tips to Help the City’s Environment.
  • The California Fats, Oil, and Grease Workgroup has developed a comprehensive website containing technical guides, outreach materials for food service residences and facilities, and a collection of FOG control laws and regulations. The workgroup is formed within Tri-TAC, a technical advisory committee representing municipal wastewater management agencies in California.
  • The North Carolina Division of Pollution Prevention and Environmental Assistance provides the information contained on the following website. The site provides comprehensive restaurant best management practices (BMPs), numerous fact sheets and slide presentations focusing on restaurant FOG management, and an example municipal sewer use ordinance to control FOG. Of particular interest is the multi-lingual outreach material. Visit this website.
  • The Georgia Department of Natural Resources Pollution Prevention Assistance Division provides the information contained on the following Web site. The site also provides best management practices, fact sheets, and outreach material aimed at minimizing and controlling the discharge of FOG from restaurants.
  • The Oregon Association of Clean Water Agencies provides the information contained on the following Web site. The site contains a fats, oil and grease best management practices manual information, pollution prevention, and compliance information for publicly owned treatment plants developed by Brown and Caldwell.
  • King County Washington’s Interagency Resource for Achieving Cooperation (IRAC) provides the information contained on the following Web site. The site is a link to a document titled A Guide to Restaurant Grease Management – A Regulators Desk Reference.— www.govlink.org/hazwaste/publications/irac_grease.pdf
  • A pocket guide/brochure is also available from IRAC at the following Web site
  • The Gainesville (Florida) Regional Utilities provides the information contained on the following Web site. The site provides information on their oil and grease management program including manuals and BMPs, as well as information on grease trap/interceptor design criteria, construction standards, and maintenance forms and evaluations.
  • The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality provides the information contained on the following Web site. The site contains tips for reducing FOG impacts from homes, apartments, and commercial kitchens as well as a model standard for a grease ordinance.
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