Keeping Your Commercial Grease Traps Clean Over the Holidays
Grease traps are designed to keep our waterways protected from waste coming from commercial kitchens. If grease gets into a drainage system or natural water source, your business may be in violation of the law.
For most businesses, inspecting a grease trap independently is not an option. Tanks are typically underground and outside of the kitchen. To avoid issues with a grease trap becoming too full or mechanical problems occurring, it is important to have the system inspected regularly by a specialist technician.
Grease Trap Pumping
Commercial kitchens are responsible for the installation of grease traps. However, emptying the system is not possible without specialist equipment. The inspection schedule of your grease trap will depend on the size of the tank and how much waste it is expected to handle throughout various stages of the year.
Grease trap pumping becomes necessary when the system has reached recommended capacity. Eco Pump Services will ensure that your commercial kitchen grease trap continues to efficiently filter waste water by removing accumulated fat from the tank.
Grease Trap Cleaning
Grease and fat can clog the mechanics of your system over time, resulting in poor performance. As part of our commitment to excellence, Eco Pump Services offers grease trap cleaning. The system is thoroughly sanitized to guarantee maximum efficiency in filtration.
In the event that grease and other materials make it into your drainage or sewer system, we can also provide services such as Hydro Jetting. Our goal in serving businesses in Ft. Lauderdale is to offer drain, septic tank and grease removal solutions that are effective and affordable.
Speak to Eco Pump Services today if you need information on grease trap cleaning options and more. Our team is comprised of expertly trained professionals in commercial water-waste management and related system maintenance.