What is a Grease Interceptor?
A Grease Interceptor is an outdoor, watertight receptacle utilized to intercept, collect, and restrict the passage of grease and food particles into the sanitary sewer system to which the receptacle is directly or indirectly connected, and to separate and retain grease and food particles from the wastewater discharged by a facility. An interceptor shall have a capacity of at least 1,000 gallons to serve one or more fixtures and shall be located outside the building.

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1. What is a Food Service Facility?
2. What is a FOG Pre-treatment device?
3. What is an Oil Separator?
4. What is a Grease Interceptor?
5. What is a Grease Trap?
6. What is the Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) Management Program?
7. What is the Modification Request Form?