Grease trap pumping is a necessary function that should be carried out at least 4 times each year or every 3 months. Why should you do this? well the answer to this question is simple in that it will save you money and possibly a high repair cost in the future should fats oils and grease enter your drainage system in the future.
Grease trap pumping can be carried out isn a short short time and the process of pumping the trap begins with one of our operatives opening your grease trap and emptying its contents using one of our commercial suction/pumping machines.
When the trap is fully empty all surrounding pipes should be checked for any blockages and unblocked if needed. The trap is then either manually cleaned or jet washed if the surrounding space and location of the trap allows for this without causing any disruption or flooding with excess water.
When this is complete the liquid FOG (Fats, oils and grease) is removed to one of our tanker vehicles or in the case of external grease trap cleaning then the liquid FOG is extracted directly into our tanker.
Greaseco will then supply your business with a certificate of cleaning and disposal which is essential for your records in the case of any Council or Environmental health inspection.
Maintaining your grease trap in this way will ensure that you have no issues, blockages, downtime or difficult questions to answer when receiving an inspection by your local authority.