The City of Boise, and it's citizens, love the Boise River.  It enhances our quality of life, as a resource, a means of recreation, and a part of the culture.  Since 1985, Boise City has regulated industrial and commercial wastewater discharges into the public sewer system through it's EPA-approved Industrial Pretreatment Program.  The Clean Water Act and the General Pretreatment Regulations (40 CFR Part 402) are the basis of this federal requirement.This is a point data set representing pretreatment interceptors owned and maintained by Industrial Users (IUs) within the bounds of Boise City's (including West Boise Sewer District) sewer collection system. A pretreatment interceptor, or PTI, is a piece of industrial pretreatment equipment that serves to prevent Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) generated by commercial kitchens or oils and sediment generated by automobile service facilities from entering the municipal sewer system. PTI's usually consists of a two-chamber concrete vault, with submerged inlets and outlets, and manhole lids covering two access ports. The PTI's only collect industrial wastewater, not domestic (bathroom) wastewater. Data Attributes:FACILITY: Name of the primary facility discharging into the pretreatment device.ADDRESS: Address of the primary facility.DISTRICT: Sewer district in which the facility is located.TYPE: GI = Grease Interceptor, SED = Oil/Sediment Interceptor, FLAM = Flammable Liquids InterceptorSTATUS: IB = In Business, OOB = Out of Business, ABD = Abandoned in place, REM = Removed from ground, NI = Not Inspected, TGT = Targeted for InspectionAs a resident of the City of Boise, there are also many things you can do to protect the City's sewer system and, ultimately, the Boise River.  Check out the Flushables and Residential FOG (Fat Oil Grease) Programs.All attribute data is maintained in the Industrial User Tracking & Planning (IUTP) database, which is administered by the Boise City Public Works Industrial Pretreatment staff. The data set is maintained by Boise City Public Works GIS. The data is updated twice a year into GIS. It is current to the date it was published.For more information about the City's sewer program, please visit City of Boise Public Works.

Dataset Attributes

  • PTI_ID
    3 to 419
  • TYPE
    {"value"=>"GI", "count"=>313} (), {"value"=>"SED", "count"=>29} (), {"value"=>"FLAM", "count"=>2} ()
    {"value"=>"Albertsons", "count"=>13} (), {"value"=>"McDonalds", "count"=>8} (), {"value"=>"Jack In The Box", "count"=>7} (), {"value"=>"Pizza Hut", "count"=>6} (), {"value"=>"Burger King", "count"=>6} (), {"value"=>"Wendy's", "count"=>4} (), {"value"=>"Boise State University", "count"=>4} (), {"value"=>"Taco Bell", "count"=>3} (), {"value"=>"Quizno's", "count"=>3} (), {"value"=>"Professional Technical Education Center", "count"=>3} ()
  • ADDR
    {"value"=>"350 N Milwaukee Street", "count"=>4} (), {"value"=>"1910 W University Drive", "count"=>4} (), {"value"=>"8201 Victory Road", "count"=>3} (), {"value"=>"4465 S Industrial Street", "count"=>3} (), {"value"=>"10751 W Overland Road", "count"=>3} (), {"value"=>"8300 W Overland Road", "count"=>2} (), {"value"=>"8160 W Overland Road", "count"=>2} (), {"value"=>"7709 W Overland Road", "count"=>2} (), {"value"=>"5450 W Gowen Road", "count"=>2} (), {"value"=>"4450 Enterprise Street", "count"=>2} ()
    {"value"=>"IB", "count"=>289} (), {"value"=>"OOB", "count"=>48} (), {"value"=>"NI", "count"=>7} ()
    {"value"=>"Boise City", "count"=>274} (), {"value"=>"West Boise Sewer District", "count"=>67} (), {"value"=>"Gowen Field Area", "count"=>3} ()

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