Three Regular Maintenance Tasks for Commercial Kitchens
If you run a commercial kitchen, cleaning and maintenance are constant considerations. Establishments that value hygiene will always aim to meet all necessary standards. However, there are three areas that are often forgotten when it comes to maintenance scheduling.
The outside of your premises is just as important as the inside. Not all the waste that is generated by commercial kitchens and restaurants goes to the dumpster. There are several other systems that process liquid and solid waste that are located in and around the property.
Drains & Sewers
Most liquid waste from sinks will end up in the drainage and sewer system. External drains and guttering will also handle rain water. If grease or debris finds its way into the drainage system, blockages can occur and lead to backups.
Keeping the drainage system well maintained is therefore important for commercial kitchens. If water is not draining away effectively, contact Eco Pumping Services to book an inspection. We use specialized equipment to clean out debris and other obstructions.
When was the last time you had your commercial septic tank pumped? Although residential septic tanks are pumped every 3-5 years, commercial kitchen systems may require more regular servicing. We recommend having your tank pumped once a year or more if necessary.
A septic tank that works effectively is essential in commercial kitchens. Failure to have the tank regularly pumped and cleaned can lead to damage to the system. Save yourself the headache of costly repairs by having your tank inspected by Eco Pumping Services.
If your commercial kitchen uses grease traps, Eco Pumping Services can clean the system and dispose of any waste. Our professional services include scheduling maintenance needs so your grease traps are cleaned on a routine schedule.
Call Eco Pumping Services today if you would like to set up a maintenance schedule for your septic tank and grease traps.