Let's Tackle the Grease in the Kitchen: Chapter 01: The Problem
Chapter Abstract: This is clip 1 of 5 for this video. A lot of people aren't aware of the problems that are caused by fat, oil and grease (FOG) in sewer lines. Just as fat clogs arteries, grease and oil clog the city sewer pipes. The city has to routinely clean out these pipes. This is costly, and if it is not done, the sewer line will back-up and overflow. Restaurants are not the primary contributors. They have grease traps that catch the grease before it hits the sewer lines. Houses and apartments do not have such traps. It is important that homeowners and tenants are informed as to what they can do to help. This will help keep sewer costs and plumbing bills down.
Author: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Publication Date: 2003
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|Chapter 01: The Problem|
|Chapter 02: Some Solutions|
|Chapter 03: Hidden Sources|
|Chapter 04: Septic Systems / Credits|
|Chapter 05: :30 Public Service Announcement|
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Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality, NDEQ