FOG definition

FOG means fats, oils, and grease.
FOG means "fats, oils and grease". This is also referred to as a Grease Oil and Sand Program(GOSI).

Examples of FOG in a sentence

  • On or after the effective date of this ordinance, existing food service facilities or food service facilities which will be expanded or renovated shall install a grease trap or grease interceptor when, in the opinion of the control authority, necessary for the control of FOG and foodwaste.

  • Subsequent inspections which follow a violation will be subject to additional inspection fees as established per the FOG program.

  • For grease interceptors: unless otherwise approved by the Director, grease interceptors must be cleaned when the total accumulation of surface fats/oils/greases (FOG) (including floating solids) and settled solids reaches 25 percent of the volume of any chamber of the grease interceptor.

  • Continue FOG education programs in DeKalb County schools, as conditions allow per COVID-19 safety protocols.

  • For grease traps: unless otherwise approved by the Director, grease traps must be cleaned when the total accumulation of surface fats/oils/greases (FOG) (including floating solids) and settled solids reaches 25 percent of the grease traps overall liquid depth.


More Definitions of FOG

FOG. (Fats, oils, and grease) means any substance such as vegetable or animal product that is used in, or is a byproduct of, the cooking or food preparation process, and that becomes or may become viscous, or solidifies or may solidify, with a change in temperature or other conditions.
FOG means any fats, oils or greases of any kind including residue.
FOG means fats, oils, and grease;
FOG or “Fats, Oils, and Grease” means organic matter extracted by n-hexane using the partition gravimetric procedure set out in Standard Methods;
FOG means the Fortress Operating Group.
FOG means Fats, Oils, and Grease