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Osage Beach Cracks Down on Restaurant Waste Discharge

The city of Osage Beach is getting stricter on what is discharged into the sewer system after some problems in the system began to crop up. Osage Beach City Administrator Jeana Woods tells us that any facility that sells or prepares food for the public, including restaurants, bars, and kitchens, must have a Grease Interceptor installed, and it must be maintained.

 

If an establishment fails to meet certain guidelines for discharges into the system, the city will require payment to cover the added cost of handling and treating the wastes not covered by existing taxes or sewer charges. For guidelines into the installation and maintenance of grease interceptors contact the City of Osage Beach.


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