For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT. Any establishment that provides food for consumption, either on or off site, by the public.
   GREASE, FATS AND OIL REMOVAL SYSTEM. Interceptors, separators, traps or grease recovery devices, which prevents free floating grease, fats and oils from entering the sewage disposal system.
   GREASE INTERCEPTOR. A passive interceptor whose rated flow is 50 gallons a minute or less and serves as a fixture trap and which is located inside the building.
   GREASE LADEN WASTE. Effluent discharge that is produced from food processing, food preparation or other commercial source where grease, fats and oils enter automatic dishwasher pre-rinse stations, sinks or to other appurtenances.
   GREASE RECOVERY DEVICE. An active automatic device which separates and removes grease, fats and oils from effluent discharge and cleans itself of accumulated grease, fats and oils at least once every 24 hours, utilizing electromechanical apparatus to accomplish removal.
   GREASE TRAP. A passive interceptor whose rate flow exceeds 50 gallons per minute or minimum storage capacity of 750 gallons or more and which is located outside the building.
(Ord. passed 6-4-2012)