To learn more about grease interceptors and traps, please see our page: How do grease traps work?
For an easy-to-read brochure about grease traps, check out the Colorado Department of Public Health’s flier, Grease Trap Maintenance.
For information on Colorado’s waste grease regulations, including a link to the website for Colorado’s Department of Public Health, please see our page Colorado Grease Regulations.
To learn basic information about septic tanks, please see our page: How do septic tanks work?
For information about septic systems in Summit County, visit the Summit County Environmental Health Department’s page: Onsite Wastewater Systems (OWS). They have a brochure, a video, and information about OWS Use permits, abandoning a septic tank, and more.
For information about septic systems in Eagle County, you can find a lot of information about septic tanks on the Eagle County website page.
For information about septic systems in Park County, visit the Park County Environmental FAQ page.
Park County has an easy-to-read brochure “Your Septic System - Seven Homeowner Responsibilities.”
For even more information about septic systems:
National Environmental Services Center: http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/subpages/septic.cfm
Colorado Professionals in Onsite Wastewater: http://www.cpow.net/
National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association: http://www.nowra.org/
National Association of Wastewater Technicians: http://www.nawt.org/