They must be removed before treatment because they are not biodegradable. They can block pipes, put too much strain on machinery, and be expensive to dispose of, all of which can result in sewer overflows. Violators will face the harshest legal penalties possible as a Federal Offense!
FOG stands for Fat, Oils and Grease (FOG) from cooking, serving food, and cleaning up the kitchen. Knowing how to dispose of FOG properly is crucial to preventing potential environmental issues. Pleae click here for more information.
Locating obstructions and flaws in the sanitary sewer collection system is the goal of “SMOKE TESTING.”
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How do I pay my Moore water bill?
With your debit or credit card, call customer service at 405-793-5032, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. There is not a fee for this service.
How do I pay my OKC utilities bill by phone?
By phone at (405) 297-2833, select option 2. If you can connect your bank’s bill-pay service to your Oklahoma City Utilities account, do so.
Where does Moore OK get its water?
Moore gets its drinking water from 34 active water wells, which are located throughout the city. It stores water in 5 water towers around the city.
Who provides electricity in Moore?
Moore, Oklahoma: Oklahoma Electric Cooperative: 48. 46% Oklahoma Gas & Electric: 51. 54%.