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JEA volunteer Jaimie Cook, a manager in Project Accounting, helps pick up trash in Memorial Park as part of the 18th Annual St. Johns River Clean-up.
Water for Everyone –
Now and in the Future.
JEA has developed an Integrated Water Resource Plan (IWRP), which looks at how we can effectively and efficiently manage our water resources to benefit everyone while protecting the environment.
Any food service establishment, commercial/institutional kitchen that is connected to the JEA sewer system is required to participate in the FOG program. (This includes sandwich shops, ice cream parlors and smoothie shops)
Interceptor (750 gallons or over)
Intermediate (50 gallons to 750 gallons)
Trap (less than 50 gallons)
JEA Preferred haulers are grease trap maintenance service providers who meet JEA’s criteria for grease trap maintenance and FOG Program report submission. You can see a listing of these companies below by clicking on the "JEA Preferred Hauler List."
There are several benefits of using a JEA Preferred hauler which help you to concentrate on your food service business rather than add another task to your already busy schedule.
All receipts and records associated with the maintenance of your grease trap must be kept on the premises for a minimum of 3 years.
BMPs are requirements used to minimize grease and solids build-up in your grease trap. Following BMPs will reduce plumbing expenses and the disposal fees associated with the materials removed from your trap during maintenance. You can find a copy of the BMP here.
No. These prohibited chemicals act to break up the grease and allow it to pass through the interceptor and into the sewer system where it can reform and cause blockages.