Welcome to Western States Alliance (WSA) – a membership organization that helps protect our environment by working with stakeholders to develop and use best practices in managing the fats, oils and grease (FOG) that are typically disposed of in sewage from restaurants and other food service establishments.
To join Western States Alliance, contact John Harland at: email@example.com
FOG Forum 2019 – April 16th & 17th
The upcoming WSA FOG will again be April 16 and 17. Due to popular demand, the venue will be the Best Western Plus – Hood River, in Hood River, Oregon. The registration page and agenda are under development, but topics may include FOG data management, Interior camera inspection of grease interceptors, FSE collaboration, interceptor sizing tool, lift station FOG solutions, updated standards and certification, the future of FOG management, the Southeastern FOG Alliance and more. Check back here for updates. Previous attendees, WSA members and utilities will receive notification when registration is ready.
FOG Forum 2018
The 2018 WSA FOG Forum (Fats, Oil, and Grease) was once again a big hit. Nice venue in Hood River, Oregon, good food and above all, lively conversation. The Forum is meant to inform and train people about the current state of FOG, as well as learn about the latest developments in FOG-related issues. If you are an attendee and want access to the presentations, or if you missed the Forum this year and want a glimpse of the topics covered and information presented, click on the link above.
Previous FOG Forums
Previous FOG Webinar
To view the Fundamentals of FOG Abatement 101 please click on FOG Webinar. The introductory screen was blacked out on the recording, but the slides are view-able once the speakers begin.