The city of Killeen is proposing several changes to the ordinance that regulates fats, oils and grease entering the city’s sewer system.
The proposed revisions would give restaurants two options for a sampling location — existing grease trap or the installation of a new sampling port at the property line, the option for restaurants to choose whether a grab sample or a composite sample is used to determine its surcharge amount and applying surcharges to restaurants utility bills for 12 months rather than six months, which the current program calls for, said Scott Osburn, the city public works director.
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