Grease Interceptors Sample Clauses

Grease Interceptors. The Landlord will provide at its expense one or more grease interceptors that will be shared by all grease producers. The cost of maintaining the interceptor will be shared by all grease producers. The cost sharing formula should be based on grease production as determined by an impartial engineer. The Tenant will maintain grease lines that are used exclusively by the Tenant. The Landlord will maintain all shared grease piping.
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Grease Interceptors. Landlord, in its commercially reasonable judgment, will arrange for regular periodic service and cleaning of all grease interceptors at Tenant's expense. Cost of service and cleaning of grease interceptors will be allocated among grease interceptors serving food court(s) and grease interceptors serving individual tenants in proportion to grease trap size. Tenants served by individual grease traps will pay their pro rata share of the cost for their grease trap. The share of grease trap service and cleaning cost apportioned to food court grease traps will be paid by food court tenants as part of the food court common facilities expenses.
Grease Interceptors. Landlord will arrange for regular periodic service and cleaning of all grease interceptors at Tenant's expense. Cost of service and cleaning of grease interceptors will be allocated among grease interceptors serving food court(s) and grease interceptors serving individual tenants in proportion to grease trap size. Tenants served by individual grease traps will pay the pro rata share of the cost for their grease trap. The share of grease trap service and cleaning cost apportioned to food court grease traps will be paid by food court tenants as part of the food court common facilities expenses.
Grease Interceptors. See definition of “Grease Interceptors”. If a grease interceptor is required, all drains from the kitchen, food preparation, and dishwashing areas shall be connected to the grease interceptor to ensure proper grease handling and/removal. Fixtures to be connected to a grease interceptor include, but not limited to, scullery sinks, pot and pan sinks, mop sinks, dishwashing and sanitizing machines, soup kettles, hand sinks and floor drains in areas where grease-containing materials may exist. Garbage disposals are strongly discouraged because they are not efficient. Food particles carry over to grease interceptor taking up interceptor capacity and providing a vehicle for grease carry-over into the wastewater service line and wastewater mainline. If installed, garbage disposals are required to be connected to an approved grease interceptor. Garbage disposals cannot discharge to a grease trap or directly to the Domestic Wastewater Treatment Works.
Grease Interceptors. Grease interceptors shall be designed and installed in accordance with the Florida Building Code - Plumbing, as amended (current edition) and shall be operated and maintained as follows:
Grease Interceptors. Costs related to any grease interceptors shall be allocated solely to the Units respectively served thereby.

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