Fats, Oil and Grease Management

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Restaurants & Other Establishments

Problems caused by wastes from restaurants and other grease-producing establishments have served as the basis for ordinances and regulations governing the discharge of grease materials to the sanitary sewer system. This type of waste has forced the requirement of the installation of preliminary treatment facilities, commonly known as grease traps or interceptors.

FOG Inspector
Phone: (321) 952-3400, Ext. 7354
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 FORMS

 Oil & Grease Management Program:

Private Sewer System Program:

 REGISTERED GREASE TRAP & LIFT STATION MAINTENANCE COMPANIES
 Company  Phone Number
 Registered Since
 SOS Septic
 (321) 951-7335 or
(321) 288-9367
 May 21, 2013
 Sun Plumbing
 (321) 725-2460
 March 27, 2014
 Coastal Septic Services
 (321) 632-7909
 March 31, 2014
 Griffin Industries
 (407) 857-5471
 March 31, 2014
 Brian Davis Septic
 (772) 571-8200
 April 3, 2014
 A Better Septic (ABS)
(321) 951-9140
April 9, 2014
 Weeks Utility Services, Inc.
(904) 726-5869
 June 16, 2014
 Palm Bay Septic
(321) 724-4357
February 9th, 2015
 RPJ Septic

(772) 562-4604 or
(772) 473-4192

 March 18th, 2015
HELPFUL INFORMATION & RESOURCES

 

GREASY PIPES VS CLEAN SEWER PIPES

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Sewer pipe before and after cleaning.

 

 

 

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