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Grease Interceptors for Connecticut

Connecticut

Connecticut Requirements

The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) requires that food service establishments (FSEs) limit the amount of fats, oils and grease (FOG) entering the municipal sewer system by installing either an outside grease trap/interceptor, an active grease recovery unit (AGRU) or super-capacity grease interceptor (SCGI).

Super-capacity grease interceptors are third-party certified to retain more than four times the amount of grease (in pounds) than the flow rating in gallons per minute (GPM). The interceptor must be designed to separate FOG from wastewater while allowing water to flow through, and must also meet specs defined in section 5(b)(3) of the DEEP general permit.

Approved Models

GB1-CT product image
70 lbs at 15 GPM
GB2-CT product image
125.99 lbs at 25 GPM
GB3-CT product image
272.7 lbs at 50 GPM
GB-50 product image
439.5 lbs at 50 GPM
287.23 lbs at 75 GPM
GB-75 product image
861 lbs at 75 GPM
GB-250 product image
1,895 lbs at 100 GPM
1,196 lbs at 200 GPM
GB-500 product image
3,048 lbs at 100 GPM
GB-1000 product image
5,495 lbs at 100 GPM
4,959 lbs at 200 GPM

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