Requirements for New and Remodeled Food Service Establishments

Fats, oils and grease (FOG) cause serious problems in the sanitary sewer system. FOG sticks to the walls of the pipes when poured down the drain and, over time, restricts the flow until a sewer stoppage or overflow occurs. These stoppages and overflows can create smelly, dirty messes, possibly damaging your business, property, and profits, […]

Grease Removal Device Manufacturers

*Note: The grease removal device manufacturers listed above are listed strictly for reference purposes. The listing is in no way to be considered as an endorsement of their services and/or compliance record. Areo Power Unitized Fueler Inc. 103 Smithtown Blvd. Smithtown, NY 11787 Phone: 800-242-AREO Big Dipper® Thermaco, Inc. Sales Affiliates Phone: 800-633-4204 Grease Gard […]

Licensed Grease Haulers

*Note: The Beckley Sanitary Board and its contributing agencies do not make any representations or warranties, expressed or implied to the fitness, capacity or ability of the licensed Grease Haulers in the list below. The licensed Grease Haulers listed below are listed strictly for your reference purposes and in no way should be considered as […]

Grease Trap Maintenance

Grease traps require frequent maintenance in order to remove fats, oils and grease (FOG) from wastewater before it enters the sewer. Grease traps are generally under the sink, but can be found in the floor. There are two types of grease traps: manual and automatic. You should know where your grease trap is located and […]

Grease Interceptor Maintenance

INTRODUCTION Grease interceptor maintenance is required to keep fats, oils and grease (FOG) from entering the sewer system and causing overflows. A grease interceptor is an outdoor, in-ground device that removes FOG from wastewater before it enters the sewer. Wastewater enters the interceptor from kitchen drains, and is slowed down so solids can settle to […]

Grease Removal Devices

WHAT ARE GREASE REMOVAL DEVICES? Grease removal devices separate fats, oils and grease (FOG) from wastewater before the water enters the sewer. There are large outdoor grease interceptors and smaller indoor grease traps. WHICH GREASE REMOVAL DEVICE DO YOU HAVE? Manual Indoor Grease Trap – Once Per Week Automatic Indoor Grease Trap – Once Per […]

Food Service Establishment FOG Best Management Practices

TRAINING Explain that fats, oils and grease (FOG) are a problem when washed down drains, because they can clog the sewers and create overflows, which can impact public health, water ways, and the environment, and can also result in expensive fines and cleanup costs. SIGNAGE Post Proper Disposal of Fats, Oils and Grease Best Management […]

Selecting A Grease Hauler

INTRODUCTION Restaurant owners and operators are responsible for properly maintaining their outdoor underground grease interceptors. A reputable Grease Hauler can help with maintenance by recommending an appropriate cleaning schedule and notifying you of any mechanical problems with the grease interceptor. BY CAREFULLY SELECTING A GREASE HAULER YOU SHOULD: Receive the service you paid for Ensure […]