FATS, OILS, AND GREASE INTERCEPTORS, AND MOTOR OIL SEPARATION UNITS


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FATS, OILS, AND GREASE INTERCEPTORS, AND MOTOR OIL SEPARATION UNITS
1010809FATS, OILS, AND GREASE INTERCEPTORS, AND MOTOR OIL SEPARATION UNITSWhen fats, oils, and grease (FOG) are a normal part of the wastewater from a facility, it is important that they be separated from the sanitary waste discharge prior to being routed into the public sewer. This chapter discusses the separation, interception, retention, and removal of FOG, which leaves the treated water suitable for routing onto the site and discharge into public sewers. Included are design configurations of the various interceptor devices and accepted industry sizing methods that are the primary concern of the design engineer.This chapter includes facilities such as commercial, educational, and food service …
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Michael Frankel, CIPE, CPD,: Facilities Site Piping Systems Handbook. FATS, OILS, AND GREASE INTERCEPTORS, AND MOTOR OIL SEPARATION UNITS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2012), AccessEngineering Export