Creating and Managing a Municipal Fats Oils and Grease Program

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This presentation will focus on municipal fats, oils and grease programs, defining what the programs are and why they are put in place. It will explore how to create and enforce FOG programs; review methods of FOG management and new technological advances; and evaluate the relationship between waste haulers, local governments and restaurants as it pertains to FOG compliance. We will conduct a top-to-bottom analysis of a municipal FOG program including topics such as inspections, cleaning records, grease removal device sizing, types of grease removal devices, tracking sewer overflows and meeting Environmental Protection Agency regulations.

Samuel Mcleod is the director of compliance for FOG BMP Software. Mcleod focuses on working with municipalities and pretreatment programs throughout the U.S. by offering expertise in the area of fats, oils and grease compliance to environmental and plumbing code requirements. Before joining FOG BMP Software, Mcleod served as vice president of EPAS and as Plumbing Division business unit manager of NSF International. He has experience in the fields of grease trap testing/certification, grease trap research/development, wastewater consulting, plumbing codes/standards and environmental compliance. Mcleod holds both a Bachelor of Science degree and Master of Science degree concentrated on the fields of engineering and environmental studies.

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