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Restaurant Do's and Don'ts for Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems




Analysis Forms for Analyzing Wastewater Treatment Systems for High Strength and Hydraulic Loading
These Analysis Forms serve as the foundation for the CIDWT Analyzing Residential and Commercial Systems for High Strength and Hydraulic Loading training program.  The Analysis Forms include owner/manager surveys and evaluation checklists facilitate collection of operational data that directs and aids the professional in evaluating treatment performance. The Analysis Forms include owner/manager surveys and evaluation checklists facilitate collection of operational data that directs and aids the professional in evaluating treatment performance. The manual that describes this program in detail will be available for purchase in the near future.
These checklists were developed under an independently funded project conducted by CIDWT Member Institutions. Use of these checklists should be accompanied by proper attribution of the source.
CITATION: Lesikar, B., B. Stuth, R. Melton, C. O'Neill, D. Gustafson, M. Lee, G. Loomis and D. Kalen.  2008.  Analyzing wastewater treatment systems serving residential and commercial facilities for high strength and hydraulic loading.  Consortium of Institutes for Decentralized Wastewater Treatment (CIDWT). Texas AgriLife Extension Service. August 2008. College Station, Texas.
Form 7.1 Fast Food
Form 7.2 Full Service Restaurants
Form 7.3 Bars
Form 7.4 Supermarkets
Form 7.5 Convenience Stores
Form 7.6 Schools
Form 7.7 Churches
Form 7.8 Mini Mall
Form 7.9 Golf Courses
Form 7.10 Child Care Center
Form 7.11 Camps
Form 7.12 Inns-Lodges-B&Bs
Form 7.13 Visitor Centers
Form 7.14 Car Wash
Form 7.15 Beauty Shops
Residential Evaluation Survey
Sampling Form
Troubleshooting Evaluation Form.doc

 



Assessment of Grease Interceptor Performance
 

2010 Pumper Show Presentation Dealing with Restaurant High Strength Waste, Bill Stuth, Sr, Aqua Test, Inc