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Did You Know?

  • Many industrial facilities processed wastewater is regulated by the Federal Government? View a list of federally regulated processes.
  • All mop wash water generated in the process areas of commercial/industrial facilities is a prohibited waste in Broward County sewer system
  • Any amount of chemicals discharged to your septic tank can negatively impact not only your septic tank waste, but your property's potable well, soil, and groundwater? Septic tank waste contaminated with chemicals will require careful evaluation and possible pretreatment prior to waste disposal.
  • All rainwater (storm water) runoff is a prohibited waste for discharge to the sewer system in Broward County? Please ensure that all storm water is properly managed on your property. If you have questions pertaining to storm water issues, please contact Environmental Protection Department @ (954) 514-9999 or at their web site.
  • If you have your domestic septic tank serviced (pumped-out) by a waste hauler, it is your responsibility to ensure that your waste is properly disposed at a Septage Receiving Facility
  • If you have your restaurant grease trap serviced (pumped-out) by a waste hauler, it is your responsibility to ensure that your waste is properly disposed at a Septage Receiving Facility or a grease processing/recycling
  • It is your right to request final disposal receipts from your septic tank waste and restaurant grease trap hauler!!! There is one Septage Receiving Facility located in Broward County, one Septage Receiving Facility located in Palm Beach County, and two Septage Receiving Facilities located in Miami-Dade County. In addition, there are several companies in your area that offer grease trap waste disposal or processing/recycling in your area.