Fats, oils, grease can cause pollution

DPW Environmental Division

It is important for military, civilian and contractors working in food service facilities at Fort Gordon to understand that food waste may be causing stormwater pollution and contributing to other environmental problems. Implementing certain best management practices and practicing responsible pollution prevention can help in the following areas:

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