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Breweries, Distilleries, & Wineries

Beverage producers (including breweries, distilleries, and wineries) can produce fats, oils, and grease during manufacturing and cleaning. If improperly managed, these materials can damage the collection system and clog sewer pipes, resulting in backups into the facility, damage to the collection lines, or sewage overflows in nearby areas.

A grease interceptor is used to remove fats, oils, and grease from water used for beverage manufacturing, cleaning, hand washing, and other activities before it enters the sanitary sewer. Along with best practices to manage your grease, remember to use a state-certified waste hauler to properly pump and maintain your grease interceptor every 90 days, at a minimum. You may be subjected to a $100 re-inspection fee and possibly a very expensive plumbing bill if these interceptors are not properly maintained.

All new food service establishments are required to:
1) Fill out and return the Industrial Wastewater Survey.
2) Send construction drawings of the facility to their appropriate sanitation district agency, including plumbing, plumbing fixtures, and details of the grease interceptor.

Plans submitted to the City of Littleton and the City of Englewood will be reviewed by South Platte Renew for compliance with the Fats, Oils, and Grease Policy¹. Plans submitted to other cities or counties will be reviewed by the appropriate sanitation district agency for compliance with their rules and regulations.

In order to prevent fats, oils, and grease from becoming sewer blockages, backups, and overflows, best management practices include:

  • Use drain screens.
  • Dispose of food waste in the trash.
  • Dry wipe all cookware.
  • Use a grease receptacle.
  • Keep cleaning products away from drains.

Employees must be trained to employ these best practices. Once trained, every employee should complete an Employee Training Form (you may download our forms for your convenience in either English² or Spanish³) and sink signs⁴ should be hung as reminders.

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Grease Hauler Information

South Platte Renew requires haulers to be certified by the state and highly encourage haulers submit manifests regularly. Those haulers that provide ongoing manifests will be added to our approved grease hauler list. Click here to submit a pump manifest.

If you have any questions or concerns or would like to discuss this further, please contact the Industrial Pretreatment Department at or reach out to any department member from the following page: Contact us

Approved Grease Hauler List

All State Pumping 303-944-0071
Denver Sanitary Company 303-295-0331
Liquid Environmental Solutions 303-936-4294


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