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How are our BIOTRAPs® maintained?
Like all grease traps, your BIOTRAP® needs to be emptied throughout the year. Frequency is determined by the 25% rule as stated in I.S EN 1825 parts 1 and 2. Local Authority inspectors routinely inspect all types of grease traps to ensure FOG (Fats, Oils and Grease) do not escape the trap on your premises and enter public sewers.
What do Irish Water look for from me?
- Routine inspections & maintenance
- Scheduled waste disposal
- Waste water analysis
- Compliance reporting
As a FSE (Food Service Establishment) you have a legal obligation to demonstrate compliance with Irish Water standards for waste water. These requirements are detailed below. At taylormade.ie we provide a nationwide compliance reporting service to comply with I.S EN 1825 parts 1 & 2.
What’s included in my Service Level Agreement?
- Fat Attack bacterial treatment
- Under sink food catcher
- Scheduled Waste Disposal
- Waste water Analysis
- MACS Compliance Reporting, etc.
- Waste disposal certificates
- FOG,BOD,COD,pH levels etc.
- Maintenance reporting
- Staff training records
- Annual environment reports
- Discharge licensing, etc.
What is a Trade Effluent Discharge Licence?
All FSE’s (Food Service Establishments) are legally required to apply for an annual licence to discharge any trade effluent to the sewer under the Local Government Acts. Trade Effluent is any liquid waste (other than domestic wastewater and storm water) that is discharged from a business premises to the public sewers…