Metro Vancouver Reference Panel recommends mandatory source control program for liquid wastes
Need for Mandatory Source Control Program
“Fats, oils and grease (FOG) waste discharges from commercial establishments have significant impacts on the capacity and condition of the sanitary sewer collection system, and therefore have substantial cost implications over time,” states Garry Cooper, the member of the Metro Vancouver Liquid Waste Reference Panel who has FOG expertise from industry perspective.
“This is the reason why we recommended that the region provide additional financial incentives, enforcement resources and automated monitoring technologies to ensure effective source control in the industrial-commercial-institutional sector.”
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Originally posted on Water-Centric Planning community-of-interest in August 2009