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Grease Trap Survey

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Fats, Rags, Oils, and Grease (FROG) that are washed down the drain can contribute to sanitary sewer overflows and blockages. The City is exploring measures to reduce the amount of FROG that end up in our water supply. We appreciate you taking the time to provide feedback to help us develop a comprehensive and proactive program to maintain quality water service for our neighbors.  

Please correct the field(s) marked in red below:

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What is the average cost of the pump out?
What is the average cost of the pump out?
2

How often do you pay to have your grease trap pumped out annually? 

How often do you pay to have your grease trap pumped out annually?
3

What kinds of problems have you had with your grease trap? (Check all that apply.)

What kinds of problems have you had with your grease trap? (Check all that apply.)
4

The City has had issues with grease causing sanitary sewer blockages. To reduce the occurrence of grease related blockages, the City is considering a number of actions. Please rank the following  with one (1) being the action you would be most supportive of and (4) being the one you would be least supportive of:

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The City has had issues with grease causing sanitary sewer blockages. To reduce the occurrence of grease related blockages, the City is considering a number of actions. Please rank the following with one (1) being the action you would be most supportive of and (4) being the one you would be least supportive of:
1 2 3 4
Increased frequency of City inspection of the grease trap
Mandated pump out frequency (e.g. twice per year)
Requirement of a city permit to operate a grease trap
Annual reporting requirement with proof of annual pumping
5

If the City required a permit to have a grease trap, I would support a permit fee based on (choose one):

If the City required a permit to have a grease trap, I would support a permit fee based on (choose one):
6

If the City wanted to develop a new grease trap ordinance, what would be the preferred way for you to provide feedback? (Choose one.)

If the City wanted to develop a new grease trap ordinance, what would be the preferred way for you to provide feedback? (Choose one.)
7

Are there trade groups or associations that we should contact for feedback? 

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