Commercial Fats, Oils and Grease Clean-Out Management Program

Any food service establishment or commercial/institutional kitchen that is connected to the JEA wastewater system is required to participate in the Commercial Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) program. Our Commercial FOG Program helps you navigate facility requirements, grease trap maintenance requirements, and best management practices.

All New Automated FOG Clean-Out Tracking Platform

JEA’s new Commercial Fats, Oils and Grease platform, FOG BMP, is being provided by JEA to help you ensure that your facility is in compliance with the JEA rules and regulations. This free FOG clean-out tracking solution allows you to see all of the information that JEA has for your facility at any time.  

If you have not already received a welcome email from JEA, please contact us at or (904) 665-7404. Once you receive your welcome email, please log in and watch the introductory video.

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Also Included in the FOG BMP Platform

Automated Reminders 

Our new clean-out tracking database will regularly remind you of actions needed by your facility. Reminders, which will come in the form of an email from FOG BMP, may include but not be limited to:

  • Passed/failed inspections
  • Missed required clean-outs
  • Approval of corrective actions taken
  • Communications about any changes or other information they would like all facilities to have at any given time

Important BMP Documents

Best Management Practices for Your Facility

  • Training videos
  • Kitchen signage

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Facility Requirements

  1. Your facility must use a properly functioning grease trap. New facilities can be certified by any licensed plumber or a JEA Certified Hauler.
  2. You must have your grease trap/interceptor cleaned in accordance with the chart below.
  3. You must submit a pump-out report no more than five (5) business days after cleaning your trap/interceptor.
    • Interceptor (750 gallons+) - Minimum of every 90 days, or more often if grease and solids levels reach 25 percent of the tank volume.
    • Intermediate (51-749 gallons) - Not to exceed 30 days.
    • Trap (less than 50 gallons) - Not to exceed 15 days. Read our small trap maintenance requirements 

JEA Certified Haulers

JEA Certified Haulers let you concentrate on your business, rather than adding another task to your already busy schedule. These grease trap maintenance service providers meet JEA’s criteria for grease trap maintenance and FOG Program report submission. Benefits of using a JEA Certified Hauler include:

  • JEA Certified Haulers submit all required reports and maintenance records for your facility.
  • Any follow-up inspections of your facility will be geared toward Certified Hauler performance, not your facility’s compliance.

To be added to this listing, these companies have passed all of the criteria set forth by JEA to ensure they meet FOG Program standards. Some of these criteria include:

  • Submission of required paperwork
  • Acceptable disposal method documentation
  • Acceptable grease trap maintenance performance
  • A commitment to the service of their customers as well as the FOG program  
Vendor  Phone 
A+ Environmental (863) 494-7585
A.G.G. Pumping Services  (904) 874-3976
Constance Pumping Service (904) 294-8320
DAR PRO Solutions (904) 964-8083
Darrell Crews Septic Service, LLC  (904) 923-1241 
Liquid Environmental Services  (866) 694-7327
Metro Rooter (904) 695-1911
Premier Grease 
(800) 880-1142 
T and S Trap Service, Inc.  (904) 993-1000
Trey Enterprises (904) 803-6916
Triple S. Plumbing (352) 473-0083
Valley Protein 
(863) 425-6706, Ext. 41101
Workman's Kwik-Fix Plumbing
(904) 594-5349


Contact us at or (904) 665-7404.

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