Miami Beach Grease Trap Cleaning, Pumping and Inspections
Keep your Miami Beach business’ grease interceptors cleaned and maintained with the help of Eco Pump Services. We have been serving restaurants and other businesses with grease traps for over 25 years, offering stellar customer service and experienced maintenance crews. Our company is licensed and insured to perform grease interceptor service in Miami-Dade County, meeting all the state and local requirements for compliance.
Grease traps are required for most food establishments, collecting grease, fat and food materials from the drain water before it enters the sewer system. This process is essential to protect the water treatment process and prevent clogged sewer lines. Business owners must maintain their grease traps, including regular pumping, cleaning and inspections that meet minimum standards set by government agencies. Our technicians at EPS ensure that our customers have quality service performed on their grease interceptors to avoid complications and non-compliance issues.
Commercial Grease Interceptor Service
At Eco Pump Services, we hire and train grease trap technicians to perform the needed services on your interceptor. Whether you have a small grease trap in your kitchen or a larger interceptor that is located underground, we have the equipment and skills to perform service on any size receptacle. First, we pump and vacuum the tank, removing all grease, sediment and water. Then, we flush and clean the container.
Once the grease trap is clean, we inspect the inlet and outlet valves and the tank for any problems. When we are finished, we will reseal, clean and deodorize the tank before transporting the waste to a licensed disposal facility. Our crews ensure all the required manifests and logs are filed to keep your records up-to-date.
If you own a business in Miami Beach that requires grease trap maintenance, contact our team at Eco Pump Services today. We offer scheduled maintenance and repairs for grease interceptors, as well as cleaning for septic tanks, storm drains and sewer lines.