§ 51.43  REGULATION.
   (A)   Prohibition.
      (1)   Introduction of any additives into any establishment’s wastewater system for the purpose of emulsifying FOG is prohibited.
      (2)   Disposal of waste cooking oil into drainage pipes is prohibited. All waste cooking oils shall be collected and stored properly in receptacles such as barrels or drums for recycling or other acceptable methods of disposal.
      (3)   Discharge of wastewater from dishwashers to any grease trap or grease interceptor is prohibited.
      (4)   Discharge of wastewater with temperatures in excess of 110°F to any grease control device, is prohibited.
      (5)   The use of biological additives for grease remediation or as a supplement to interceptor maintenance is prohibited, unless written approval for the Director of Public Works is obtained.
      (6)   Discharge of wastes from toilets, urinals, wash basins and other fixtures containing fecal materials to sewer lines intended for grease interceptor service, or vice versa, is prohibited.
      (7)   Discharge into the sewer system of any waste which has FOG as well as solid materials removed from the grease control device is prohibited. Grease removed from grease interceptors shall be waste hauled periodically as part of the operation and maintenance requirements for grease interceptors. Licensed waste haulers or an approved recycling facility must be used to dispose of FOG, including waste cooking oil.
      (8)   Installation of food grinders are prohibited unless specifically allowed in writing by the Director of Public Works.
      (9)   No food waste disposal unit or dishwasher shall be connected to or discharged into any grease trap.
   (B)   Consent.  Consent by the operator of the FSE for the city and other regulatory agencies to inspect the FSE to confirm compliance with these requirements, the Sewer WDRs and other applicable laws, rules and regulations, including any NPDES permit applicable to the city.
   (C)   Additional requirements.  Additional requirements as otherwise determined to be reasonably appropriate by the Director of Public Works to protect the city’s system or as specified by other regulatory agencies.
   (D)   Other terms and conditions. Other terms and conditions, which may be reasonably applicable to ensure compliance with these requirements as determined by the Director of Public Works.
(Ord. 2009-003, passed 7-13-09)  Penalty, see § 10.99