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(A) Discharge into the sewer system of FOG that may accumulate and/or cause or contribute to blockages in the sewer system including the lateral is prohibited.
(B) Installation of food grinders in the plumbing system are prohibited when new FSEs are constructed and when existing FSEs are required to install grease control devices and/or install grease interceptors. FSEs shall remove all existing food grinders within one hundred eighty (180) days from the effective date of this chapter except upon the issuance of a conditional waiver by the director pursuant to section 7-5-13 of this chapter.
(C) Introduction of any additives into the plumbing system of an FSE, grease interceptor or grease control device for the purpose of emulsifying or biologically/chemically treating FOG for grease remediation or as a supplement to interceptor maintenance is prohibited.
(D) Disposal of waste cooking oil into the public sewer or storm drain is prohibited.
(E) Discharge of wastewater from dishwashers to any grease interceptor or grease control device is prohibited.
(F) Discharge of wastewater with temperatures in excess of one hundred forty degrees Fahrenheit (140°F) into any grease interceptor or grease control device is prohibited.
(G) Discharge of wastes from toilets, urinals, wash basins and other fixtures containing fecal materials to sewer lines directed to any grease interceptor or grease control device is prohibited.
(H) Discharge of any waste including FOG and solid materials removed from a grease control device to the public sewer system is prohibited. Grease removed from grease interceptors shall be transported to an approved disposal or recycling facility.
(I) Operation of grease interceptors with FOG and solids accumulation exceeding twenty five percent (25%) of the design hydraulic depth of the grease interceptor is prohibited. The grease and solids layers combined shall not exceed twenty five percent (25%) of the total interceptor liquid depth.
(J) Increasing the use of water or in any other manner attempting to dilute a discharge as a way of achieving compliance with these regulations is prohibited. (Ord. 1646, 5-8-2012)