Grease Interceptors

Grease Interceptors

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Institutions, fast food establishments, restaurants and camps, all produce grease in quantities that require interceptors. Grease interceptors remove that grease from the waste stream and bring the water to acceptable effluent standards before discharging it into a sanitary sewer system. Grease interceptor should be easy to maintain, large enough to hold considerable amounts of grease, and allow for sufficient retention time.
An on-site disposal system can fail as a result of grease-clogged soil and grease entering a community sewage collection system can cause frequent line plugging.
Following are some guidelines to follow when installing a grease interceptor:
  1. Local ordinances and codes should be followed.
  2. Grease interceptors should be placed on a location that allows easy access for pumping and proper maintenance.
  3. The interceptor should be located as close to the grease sources possible. Local codes will stipulate proper set-backs from structures, property lines, etc.
  4. Influent should enter below the normal water level to allow for quiescence.
  5. Risers to finished grade should be provided to allow for expected maintenance.
  6. Cover(s) should be gas-tight and able to withstand expected loading.
  7. Separate disposal areas should be used for grease interceptor and septic tank effluents for on-site disposal systems.


NPCA - Precast Concrete Grease Interceptors

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