Sewer spills are a public health threat and can lead to beach closures if the sewage discharges to the storm drain system. In addition to environmental degradation, sewage spills and backups can result in County Health code violations that can lead to the closure of your business operations.
To eliminate FOG related sewer spills and backups, the City has adopted an aggressive maintenance program to frequently inspect and clean the City's sewer lines. However, the City has determined that the most effective way to minimize FOG accumulation in sewers is to prevent the introduction of FOG into the sewer system in the first place. To realize this goal, the City has developed a FOG Control Program that regulates restaurants and other food service establishments (FSEs) that produce FOG and provides them with a mechanism to help control and minimize the introduction of FOG into City sewers. The City of Huntington Beach FOG Control Program uses a three-pronged approach:
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City of Huntington Beach
Public Works Department
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA
Phone: (714) 536-5431
Fax: (714) 374-1573