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Metro Vancouver

Metro Vancouver

Metro Vancouver, BC, Requirements

The Metro Vancouver Food Sector Grease Interceptor Bylaw (No. 268, 2012) establishes maintenance requirements and limits on the amount of grease and solids that can flow out of grease interceptors and into sewers. Schier manufactures, tests, and certifies the Great Basin® line of indoor and indoor/outdoor commercial grease interceptors to satisfy the requirements outlined in this bylaw, as well as in accordance with ASME A112.14.3 and CSA B481. Schier also manufactures factory-rated "high flow" (HF) units in accordance with the standards prescribed in the American Society of Plumbing Engineers Data Book, Volume 4, Chapter 8, Grease Interceptors.

Recommended Models

GB1 product image
70 lbs at 20 GPM
64 lbs at 25 GPM
GB2 product image
130 lbs at 35 GPM
127 lbs at 50 GPM
GB3 product image
272 lbs at 50 GPM
175 lbs at 75 GPM
GB-50 product image
439 lbs at 50 GPM
287 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
GB-1500 product image
10,061 lbs at 100 GPM
9,446 lbs at 200 GPM
GB-250-250HF product image
1,068 lbs at 250 GPM
GB-500-250HF product image
1,859 lbs at 250 GPM
GB-500-500HF product image
1,000 lbs at 500 GPM

All grease interceptors in this jurisdiction must be installed with an accessible sampling port downstream of the unit with the purpose of providing access for visual inspection and/or sampling.


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