Who is considered exempt from these requirements?

A commercial establishment that:

  • Operates for a maximum duration of ten days in connection with an annual event such as a fair, carnival, circus, public exhibition, or other public gathering;
  • Sells or serves prepackaged or precooked foods that would require warming only or served without additional processing, no cooking;
  • Serves only snow cones, drinks, or ice cream products;
  • Bars and clubs serving drinks only and where no food is prepared;
  • Produce markets without food grinders;
  • Grocery or convenience stores without food preparation, meat cutting, or packaging, delicatessens, or bakeries;
  • Day care centers that primarily serve microwave dishes, using single-service items.

The Water Quality Manager shall make a decision in regard to all requests for an exemption.

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1. Who needs a grease trap?
2. Who is considered exempt from these requirements?
3. If a facility does not fall under the aforementioned categories, can they still be exempt from installing a grease trap?
4. How often does a backflow preventer need to be tested?
5. Where can backflow test reports be submitted?