mop sink

mop sink

A type of sink having a deep basin, usually used by janitors.
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He also characterized as "gam and funk" the amalgamation of flour, corn meal, oil, egg, buttermilk, french fries, chicken blood and whatever else got dragged onto the floor and into the mop sink.
TV's Stephen Colbert of Comedy Central's "Colbert Report" has been having much fun pursuing an urgent mop sink investigation.
He also characterized as "gam and funk" the amalgamation of flour, cornmeal, oil, egg, buttermilk, french fries, chicken blood and whatever else got dragged onto the floor and into the mop sink.
For instance, the city brought requirements for floor drains and mop sinks - as opposed to drains in food preparation areas - more closely in line with the intent of the applicable state law.
"We'll be finishing out down to the mop sinks," says Ball.
Two specific fixtures for which the city had required traps - floor drains and mop sinks - have now been excluded from immediate enforcement.