FOG (Fat, Oils, Grease) Program

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 Fats, Oils, Grease Cause Sewer Blockages, Harms the Environment 

The City of Lancaster is working to make residents and business owners aware of the serious harmful impact residual fats, oils, and grease (FOG) can have on our local sanitary sewer system and on the environment. Because sewer systems are not designed or equipped to handle FOG, discharging FOG into the sewer causes severe and costly sewer blockages, as well as overflows into local homes, businesses and storm drains.

City Urges Residents to Avoid Placing FOG in Sewer System

To read the Mayor's statement and press release on FOG, click on the following link: Press Release

FOG Application

A food service establishment within the city limits of Lancaster is required to submit a FOG application to the City of Lancaster Finance Department prior to opening for business. You can download a copy of the application by clicking on this link: FOG Application

If you would like to read or download an information packet briefly explaining the FOG application or program, click on this link: FOG Information Packet 

Existing Food Service Establishment (FSE) Printable Forms

City Ordinance

Information on the City’s municipal codes for Fats, Oils, and Grease requirements can be found at:
Lancaster FOG Ordinance

Talk to a FOG Inspector

If you would like to contact a FOG inspector directly, please call Ben Stewart at (661) 723-5887.

 

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