Adding enzymes, bacteria, chemical or other agents designed to emulsify grease compounds are not allowed.
Never pour oil or grease down the drain.
Remove leftover fat, oil, grease and food waste from all pots, pans and cooking equipment prior to rinsing or washing. Scrape food into garbage or food recycling containers.
Post "No Grease or Food" signs above dish and mop sinks and dishwasher.
Insure all inside sinks and drains have screens and are cleaned on a regular basis. Garbage disposal recommended to be removed.
Use dry methods to clean-up grease and oil spills.
Outside the Kitchen
Wash all floor mats, grills and garbage cans indoors in a mop sink so the wastewater goes to a grease removal device. Never dispose of any wastewater outside or in an area where it can flow to the gutter, storm drain or street.
Use a sealed grease container or tallow bin to collect oils and grease for recycling.
Close the grease container lid after use to keep the rain out.
Wipe up oil or grease spills with rags or use absorbents, such as kitty litter or saw dust.
Sludge removed from oil water separators shall be tested prior to disposal to ensure compliance with hazardous waste disposal requirements.
Do not allow detergents or other emulsifying agents to enter the oil water separator, as this will make it ineffective.