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Old 07-15-2010, 09:41 PM   #1
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Default Chicago's Code on Grease Traps

I lent out my code book and never did get it back. So I am wondering if I am recalling this right.

Any unit that is more than 3 stories or has more than 6 family units must have a grease trap.

Now the question is in a 50 unit condo is it required that each unit has an under sink trap?

If I posted the right phrasing I think they are still required. So you Chicago guys lets here what you got.
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18-29-1003.3.1 Where required

Every multiple dwelling building with over 6 dwelling units (exclusive of townhouses), any commercial kitchen and where required by the department of sewers shall be provided with a grease interceptor or an outside catch basin for all kitchen waste.
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Yea its high time I reorder a Chicago code book. Thanks for looking that up for me.
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Yea its high time I reorder a Chicago code book. Thanks for looking that up for me.
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Man,how the hell did i miss this post SewerRatz,thats the reason i don't lend out both of my code books any more.......you just never know when going to need them.
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18-29-1003.3.1 Where required

Every multiple dwelling building with over 6 dwelling units (exclusive of townhouses), any commercial kitchen and where required by the department of sewers shall be provided with a grease interceptor or an outside catch basin for all kitchen waste.

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