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Food Establishment. Inspector Training. Collection System Concerns. Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO’s) Grit, roots, debris, grease, misc. Grease trap / interceptor operation Kitchen drainage system maintenance. Review Current Regulations. CMOM City Utility Ordinance

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Food Establishment

Inspector Training


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Collection System Concerns

  • Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO’s)

    • Grit, roots, debris, grease, misc.

    • Grease trap / interceptor operation

    • Kitchen drainage system maintenance


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Review Current Regulations

  • CMOM

  • City Utility Ordinance

  • Local / State Plumbing Codes

  • Local / State Building Codes


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Gather New Data

  • Size of the Collection System

  • Condition of Wastestream

  • Determine Food Establishment Clientele


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Tools of the Trade:EDUCATION

  • Reliable Documentation

    • Electronic (Spreadsheets, Databases)

  • Inspection Paperwork

    • Grease Trap/Interceptor Manufacturer’s Drawings

    • Maintenance Log

    • Grease / Oil Recyclers Listing

    • Authorized Pumper List

      • Grease

      • Septage

    • Plumbers List with Disclaimer (OPTIONAL)

    • Grease Reduction Guidelines (BMP’S)


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Tools of the Trade:EQUIPMENT

  • Maps

    • County, City, GIS

  • Hand Tools

    • Manhole Pick

    • Depth Probe

    • Ratchet Set

    • Pipe Wrench

    • Mirror

  • Safety Equipment

    • Steel Toe Shoes

    • Gloves

    • Florescence Safety Vest


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How to Hire Effective Inspectors

  • “People Person”

    • Municipal Authorities

    • Food Establishment Owners & Managers

    • Public Officials

    • Contractors & Engineers

    • Plumbers

    • Grease Pumpers / Haulers


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Inspector’s Etiquette

(Mind Your Manners)

  • Entry

    • Dress is IMPORTANT

    • Be Friendly, Tactful & Knowledgeable

    • YOU direct the inspection.

  • Credentials

    • Company Badge

    • Business Card


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Scheduling Inspections

  • Best Days

    • Monday - Thursday

  • Best Hours

    • 9:00AM - 10:30AM

    • 1:30PM - “Quittin’ Time”


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Restaurant Inspection Techniques

  • Understand Kitchen Plumbing

  • Investigate Kitchen Management Practices


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Compliance Determination

  • Grease Vessel Structural Condition

  • Outlet Chamber Effluent

    • Clear ?

    • Floating Oil/Grease ?

  • Maintenance

    • Pumping Frequency ?

    • Confirm Pumper/Hauler ?


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GREASE

CLARIFIED

KITCHEN DRAINAGE WATER

WATER

Grease Interceptor

INLET

OUTLET

SEWER SYSTEM

Concrete Outdoor In-Ground Interceptor


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Common Problems

  • Unaware of Grease Interceptor

  • One Access Port

  • “Straight Pipe”

  • Not Connected to Kitchen Drainage

  • Broken Sanitary-Tees

  • “Backward Installation”


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Grease Trap

GREASE

CLARIFIED

KITCHEN DRAINAGEWATER

WATER

OUTLET

INLET

SEWER SYSTEM

“Under-the-Counter” Steel / Iron Model


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Common Problems

  • Unaware of Grease Trap

  • “Backward Installation”

  • Not connected to Kitchen Drainage

  • “Straight Pipe”

  • Missing Baffles

  • Missing Lid Gasket


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Grease Vessel Effluent Compliance

  • Sampling Protocol

  • Sampling Equipment

  • Grease & Oil Lab Results


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Grease Vessel Effluent Compliance

“To sample or not to sample, that is the question.”


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Immediate Downstream Manhole Inspection

  • Grease Accumulations

  • Miscellaneous Debris

  • Low Flow


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Completing Inspection Forms

  • Inspectors

  • Name of Food Establishment

  • Date & Time of Inspection

  • Person in Charge (“Top Hog”)

  • Address

  • Phone #

  • Type/Size of Grease Vessel

    • Installations or Modifications

  • Grease Pumper/Hauler

  • Cleanout Frequency

  • Basic Description

  • Compliance Determination


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City of Gastonia

Neal Klimek

Industrial Chemist

Pretreatment Program

nealk@cityofgastonia.com

(704) 854-6669