As per local government regulatory requirement which requires food businesses, restaurants or other facilities that have cooking areas install grease traps. They regulated that the food waste, especially the fat, oil and grease (FOG) should be managed or intercepted not to enter the municipal wastewater sewer system. Once the fat, oil and grease (FOG) waste reached the municipal sewer systems, it entails costly maintenance. They apply fine to a violator of restaurants and any food business establishments’ facilities.
How grease traps function? Grease traps are installed in between the restaurant drain and the main sewer line. Grease traps slow down the flow of water into the drain. This makes the fat, oil and grease (FOG) to float in the upper layer and trapped by the grease interceptor system, while keeping the solid waste and clear water to pass through going to the sewer main system.
How to reduce FOG waste? Install grease traps in all your drain. Imposed a universal instruction to all employees to manage or collect FOG waste as much as possible and throw directly into the trash bin instead of the drains. Restaurants or kitchen grease traps must observe regular cleaning or maintenance schedule to keep it functional always and to avoid complicated issue.
West Michigan Septic Sewer & Drain Service is a company provides a complete service of grease trap cleaning and video inspections. To capture the best video footage during pipe inspection of your drains, we use high tech inspection cameras. We use the latest equipment to clean your commercial grease trap facility to deliver effective process and prevent clogged drains. Our technicians, who did the job, will provide you the record or paperwork details of the cleaning service they did and the status of your grease traps for your business operation requirements. Don’t risk your business for closure because of malfunction grease traps. We will help you maintain your grease trap system clean and functioning. For appointment and emergency service needs, call us at 877-739-7411. Learn more ideas about grease trap cleaning at https://www.wmssd.com/grease-trap-cleaning.html. We serve the following areas: Muskegon, Grand Haven, Whitehall, Holland, Coopersville, Allendale and Twin Lake.