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WPCA FOG REGISTRATION FORM 2

Steps

  1. 1. Step One
  2. 2. Step Two
  • Step One

    1. Form 2: ALTERNATIVE PRETREATMENT SYSTEM

    2. YOU MUST ATTACH TWO YEARS OF MAINTENANCE RECORDS TO THIS SUBMISSION .

    3. If you have an external in-ground tank, the next pump-out must be witnessed by the grease inspector. Please call 860-253-5246 or 860-253-6450 to schedule this inspection.

    4. ALL FACILITIES WILL BE INSPECTED AND THE INSPECTION FEE IS $50.00. RE-INSPECTIONS WITHIN 30 DAYS ARE FREE.

    5. QUESTION 1

    6. QUESTION 2

    7. Link to access these Fog Fact Sheets is located on the Town of Enfield Fats, Oil and Grease Tab on the Water Pollution Control Page.

    8. QUESTION 3

    9. Please describe what pre-treatment, if any, that you have in place. Please attach/provide technical specifications of the installed treatment and any drawings that you may have showing your kitchen plumbing with location of installed units.

    10. Please complete for EACH installed grease trap:

    11. Grease Trap #1

    12. Passive/Automatic

    13. Indoor/Outdoor

    14. Grease Trap #2

    15. Passive/Automatic

    16. Indoor/Outdoor

    17. IF MORE THAN TWO GREASE TRAPS ARE INSTALLED, PLEASE SUBMIT ANOTHER FORM AND PROVIDE INFORMATION ON THE OTHER GREASE TRAPS AT YOUR FACILITY.

    18. If you have an indoor grease trap(AGRU), how do you dispose of the waste after cleaning the trap?

      PLEASE SELECT ONLY ONE:

    19. Licensed Rendered Company Information:

      If a Licensed Rendered Company Maintains your AGRU, please provide the following information:

    20. If waste fats, oils and grease are stored on the premises from fryolators or other sources, where is this material stored?

    21. If an outdoor in-ground grease trap is utilized, list the name and telephone number of company who pumps out the grease interceptor:

    22. QUESTION 4

    23. Was your system designed/sized by an engineer or a manufacturer's representative specifically for your operation?

    24. QUESTION 5

    25. You must demonstrate that your alternative system can reliably meet the effluent limitations of Section 5(c) of the General Permit for the Discharge of Wastewater Associated with Food Service Establishments. Specifically, the pH of the wastewater discharging from pretreatment must be between 5 and 10 standard units and the concentrations of Fats, Oils and Grease(FOG) must be less that 100 mg/l at all times. To do this you must hire an engineer to review your installation(s) and perform sampling during peak flow events. There should be at least two samples taken on separate days during typical kitchen usage events. The results and conclusions of the engineer, including sizing calculations, must be provided as part of this registration. All analyses for FOG shall be conducted according to EPA method 1664 or as currently listed in Title 40 CFR136.