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Wastewater utilities require Food Service Establishments (FSE’s) and other waste generators to participate in Fats, Oils & Grease (FOG) management programs to stay compliant with waste discharge requirements.
FOG management programs are challenging to implement. Gaining input and engagement from a combination of contractors and FSEs requires complex operational, data, and reporting coordination.
Poor FOG management can increase Wastewater treatment plant disruptions and the likelihood of Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO).
Give FSEs the tools to quickly submit inspection reports through text, email, or directly through Utility Cloud.
Manage FOG data and report generation in one place, enhance data quality and ease administrative work.
Identify and address issues early with robust reporting and geospatial diagnostics.
Require waste producers to complete inspections at designated times through email forms, texts, and mobile-ready forms.
Generate reports the moment an inspection is complete. Then publish and distribute them to asset contacts and stakeholders. Auto dispatch reinspections and reports for ongoing compliance.
Visualize your sewer and infrastructure assets in one place and quickly chase down problem areas. Utility Cloud can also integrate directly with machine and sensor data for real-time monitoring and alerts on traps and interceptors.
Select specific FSEs in a problem area and dispatch requests for information. Owners and managers can use embedded hyperlinks to fill out your requested information. Responses are immediately available for action in Utility Cloud.