Joseph Jenkins of EEC Presented for WEF on the Implementation of FOG Control Programs May 30
EEC presented in a webcast hosted by the Water Environment Federation (WEF). EEC’s Joseph Jenkins shared his expertise about the proper implementation of plumbing code requirements to prevent blockage of fats, oils, and grease (FOG) that can be accumulated in sewer lines. The abstract for the presentation can be found here.
Since 1928, WEF has been protecting public health and the environment. Their mission is to increase the awareness of the impact and value of water as well as improving water quality around the world. The WEF Webcast Subcommittee planned a three-part series focusing on program development and regulations related to FOG.
Joseph Jenkins has 10 years of FOG control program development, management and compliance inspections experience. Joseph has performed more than 4,000 FOG inspections of food service establishments (FSEs) and grease interceptors in several cities and water districts. We were delighted to share our knowledge with the web series attendees.
More information about this webcast can be found here.