Listing of Fats, Oils and Grease Haulers in Georgia
Click here to download a list of FOG haulers in Georgia. This list is current as of June, 2010. If you are on this list, or would like to be added, please go here to submit your information to the Sustainability Division
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In 2004, a new Georgia law was enacted that regulates the grease hauling and processing industry. The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) has created rules relating to this law, and is currently accepting applications from haulers to become registered to haul grease in the state. Visit http://www.georgiafog.com/ to register, see the original bill, and related EPD rules and regulations. Click on the links below for a list of registered haulers and a map of their service regions.
Fats, oils, and grease are problems for the wastewater system. When hot oil is poured down a drain, or greasy wastewater enters the drain from a dishwasher, the oil cools and can coat the inside of drain pipes, causing slow drainage or blocked pipes. Read more...