How can I be sure I am in compliance with the rules?
• Proper maintenance of this device is removing the accumulated FOG and solids on a 25% to 30% capacity rule. After the device has reached 25% capacity of both FOG and solids, FOG begins to pass through, so proper maintenance is essential to stay in compliance and save on equipment costs.
• FSEs must keep records of GRD pump outs for inspection.
• FSEs or Waste Haulers must submit to the CCRWTF, all required reports as necessary to provide proof of compliance.

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1. Do I need a Wastewater Discharge Permit?
2. Do I need a grease interceptor?
3. What is a Grease Removal Device, (GRD)? How does it work?
4. Do I have a grease trap?
5. How should a Preferred Pumper, Waste Hauler or other rendering companies service my GRD?
6. What if I don’t install a grease trap?
7. How can I be sure I am in compliance with the rules?
8. What is the criterion for grease trap/interceptor inspections?
9. What about maintaining my GRD?
10. What about dental wastes?
11. What about paint waste?
12. How can I get more information?