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Importance of Grease Trap Maintenance

FOG or “fats, oils, and grease” when found in your plumbing system can extensively generate clogging, leading to overflow discharges. This happens in places where there is a high volume of food preparation like restaurants, diners, and other properties. This is even after clearing large volumes of plates, utensils, pots, pans and other dish out clean ups. It is still expected that certain level of grease and hot fats would wind up and make their way down into your drain. Grease traps device hold water and grease together with food solids on a chamber especially designed to separate solids, oil and grease and waste water altogether. The grease trap work this way, when water goes inside and it cools, solids settle at the bottom of the chamber while grease and oils float on top while the water flows freely out of the chamber. If you are already using grease traps in our establishment, you know that benefits of not having unwanted materials in your septic system.

In view of what’s been said about how the system works, it is plain to see that you also know that your grease trap needs to be maintained regularly, or along with the intensity or the volume of your waste discharge. if you want your grease trap to work effective, you need to do regular maintenance since it is not enough to have one installed and leave it on its own. You should do this especially if you are running a commercial facility with many concerns that goes beyond the concerns of a private home. There are a number of regulations that owners of commercial establishments are obligated to follow and this is to ensure the safety of their employees, guests, and the general public. These regulations include the general public because your wastewater disposal includes throwing your contaminated water out to city lines. It is not true that you are no longer liable to contaminants outside your business perimeter even if you think so because you are regularly discharging the solid waste found in your septic tank through a pumping truck service provider.

So there you are, you do not only need to regularly maintain your grease trap to allow a smooth flow of your drainage system, without regularly pumping out grease and solid waste in your grease trap chamber – you are still distributing your contaminants outside your perimeter.
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Owners of grease traps should know the importance of not contaminating the outside environment, so one should do regular great trap maintenance and pumping of solids and grease out from the system.
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Then lastly, foul odor is very devastating that can even permeate your kitchen and the food that you are preparing. Poor grease trap maintenance can lead to poor indoor air quality, and will also make the grease trap more likely catch fire.