| Laws, Regulations
- AB 1333: The Governor approved AB 1333 on August 28, 2006. This
bill makes the improper disposal of brown grease from grease traps
or interceptors an offense. In addition, the bill prohibits reinserting
any of the grease removed from a trap or interceptor back into
the trap or interceptor (decanting) unless specific conditions
are met. The bill also requires grease haulers to completely remove
all grease, greasy liquids, water, and solids from a trap or interceptor
each time it is pumped.
AB 1333 Info.
- Statewide WDR: On May 2, 2006 the SWRCB finalized their statewide
approach to reducing sanitary sewer overflows. One aspect of the
approach is developing a Sanitary Sewer Management Plan (SSMP)
for FOG control. The released documents include the Finalized
WDR, Monitoring and Reporting Program
and a Fact Sheet. See the
Board's SSO pages for details and developments.
- AB1065 - 10/05/05: Governor signed AB1065, which includes authorization
for the Department of Food and Agricultural to establish a system
for documenting and tracking the transportation of inedible kitchen
grease in order to ensure the proper disposal or recycling of
that material. For more
information on AB 1065.
- AB 285 Bill This state law requires
the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) to develop report
forms for spills or overflows from a sanitary sewer system. After
the forms are developed, municipal sanitary sewer systems will
be required to report spills in this format.
Legislation - Assembly and Senate Bills
This page was last updated:
May 8, 2007