With the implementation of the FOG Program, the AWA has been able to make progress in achieving the goals to reduce the fats, oils and grease in the collection system. Introduction of fats, oils, and grease into the POTW is the leading cause of sewer blockages and overflows. Fats, oils and grease includes animal and vegetable fats, as well as oils used to cook and prepare food. Food Service Establishments (FSEs) use large volumes of fats, oils and grease. There are currently 124 FSEs permitted in the AWA collection system. Any existing FSE that has not yet been permitted as well as any new FSE within the AWA collection system will need to complete and submit a Food Service Establishment Survey.
After review of the survey, if a Wastewater Discharge Permit is required, a Food Service Establishment Wastewater Discharge Application will need completed and submitted along with a check in the amount of $500.00, payable to the Altoona Water Authority to cover the costs for review, approval and inspections for a five year cycle.
Please download the appropriate forms and submit the completed forms by email or mail to the addresses below:
Josh Wyandt Susan Englehart
Environmental Services Manager Assist. Environmental Services Manager
144 Westerly Treatment Plant Rd 144 Westerly Treatment Plant Rd
Duncansville, PA 16635 Duncansville, PA 16635
814-949-2218 x 2209 814-949-2218 x 2234
All FSEs must have a grease trap or grease interceptor that is cleaned regularly. See attached forms for instruction on best management practices for maintaining grease traps.
|FOG Pamphlet Pg 1||617.72 KB|
|FOG Pamphlet Pg 2||3.08 MB|
|Grease Removal Services||12.78 KB|
|Grease Trap Guidelines||19.89 KB|
|Grease Trap Image||138.46 KB|
|Grease Trap Required Elements||62.35 KB|
|Permitted FSE's with Contacts||187.23 KB|
|FSE Survey||24.33 KB|
|FSE Wastewater Discharge Application||34.07 KB|