slop sink

slop sink

slop sink
A deep sink, usually set low, esp. used by janitors for emptying pails of dirty water.
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Miller said his favorite thing to make fun of during the last boom was "the pet spa, which sounded like dogs lounging around the pool but was really a glorified slop sink in a closet in the basement somewhere.''
The service areas, that is tucked into a corner between the kitchen and the direct-entry garage, includes a guest bedroom with private attached bathroom, a separate office, and a laundry facility with convenient slop sink.
Another preventive step that DOCS should take is limiting officers' access to private, unmonitored areas such as kitchen storerooms, storage closets, slop sink areas and laundry areas, where sexual abuse may be easier to commit.
The lower level has a full bath, study/bedroom, and a working artist's studio with slop sink, half bath, two skylights and two walls of windows filling the space with light.
Renovations to the former factory will include partial interior demolition, new and expanded electric and plumbing services, new sprinkler and fire alarm systems, facade restoration including new windows and doors, new shared restrooms and slop sinks, and expansion of the existing solar array on the roof.
"This includes everything from the training of building tenants on what soaps can be used with our grey water system, to educating our vendors on what products and chemicals can be brought into the building, to working with our janitorial staff to ensure the filtering of mop water before it is emptied into the slop sinks."
The compression brass fitting fits any standard 3/4-inch hose bib, so it can be used at most prep and slop sinks in kitchens and utility closets.
On a divided floor landlords apportion common area hallways, bathrooms, electrical closets, slop sinks, fan rooms, etc.
Do: Check in on arrival at the site; Check out before leaving the site; Park only in designated areas; Use designated building entrances; Coordinate access to rooftops and mechanical rooms; Use only designated lavatories and slop sinks; Remove debris and clean up when finished; Coordinate shutdown of equipment and service; Bring safety cones and caution tape; Become trained on and technically competent with the customer's automated systems; Train customer's staff on technology and explain proper operation and maintenance to building personnel