Fats, Oil and Grease Policy & Procedure

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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
Email

Contact Palm Bay Utilities for the Oil & Grease Management Program forms:

  • Grease Trap Certificate Application
    (for food service establishments)

  • Oil and Water/Sand Separator Permit Application
    (for car washes, laundry mats, auto repair businesses, dry cleaners)

  • Request for Variance
  • Grease Trap Maintenance Form

Private Sewer System Program:

  • Permit Application


Registered Grease Trap Lift Station Maintenance Companies

SOS Septic
(321) 951-7335 or (321) 288-9367

Registered Since: May 21, 2013

Sun Plumbing
(321) 725-2460

Registered Since: March 27, 2014

Coastal Septic Services
(321) 632-7909

Registered Since: March 31, 2014

Griffin Industries
(407) 857-5471

Registered Since: March 31, 2014

Brian Davis Septic
(772) 571-8200
Registered Since: April 3, 2014

A Better Septic (ABS)
(321) 951-9140
Registered Since: April 9, 2014

Weeks Utility Services, Inc.
(904) 726-5869
Registered Since: June 16, 2014

Palm Bay Septic
(321) 724-4357
Registered Since: February 9, 2015

RPJ Septic
(772) 562-4604 or (772) 473-4192
Registered Since: March 18, 2015