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(A) General. Users including but not limited to cafeterias, hospitals, hotels, motels, restaurants, rest homes, gas stations, churches and school kitchen operations involved in the preparation of food for commercial purposes shall provide approved grease interceptors for the removal of grease, as of the effective date of this subchapter, all food service establishments which are proposed, constructed, expanded, renovated, reconstructed or change ownership shall meet the requirements included herein prior to opening, expanding or reopening the food service establishment.
(B) Existing establishments. Existing food service establishments requiring a grease interceptor less than 1,500 gallons in capacity shall complete installation of said interceptor within 180 days of the effective date of this subchapter.
(C) Owner responsibility. The owner shall be responsible for maintaining the grease, fats and oil removal system located on his or her property and shall maintain accurate records of the dates of point cleaning and means of grease, fats and oil disposal, subject to inspection and review by the Town Sewer Department. Any removal and hauling of grease, fats and oils shall be performed by a licensed waste disposal or rendering firm. All cost incidental to the building sewer installation connection and registration shall be borne by the owner.
(Ord. passed 6-4-2001)