Grease traps (also called interceptors) are used primarily in kitchens to prevent fats, oils, greases, and solids from entering a septic or sewer system. As fats, oils, and greases are not water-soluble (they cannot be dissolved in water) and thus float on top of the water, grease traps are able to capture them so that only the water flows into the sewer or septic system.
Grease traps require regular maintenance in order to prevent blockage, contamination, and other costly problems so your system functions efficiently. Additionally, local government regulations require grease traps to be properly maintained.
Joe’s Sanitation is here to help keep your grease trap functioning properly. Our professionals will clean your grease trap thoroughly, removing and disposing of fats, oils, greases, water waste, and solid accumulation.
Joe’s provides you with the necessary information to document proper maintenance as required by local government agencies, including the date of pumping and the amount of waste removed.
Regularly Scheduled Maintenance
As local government regulations require grease traps to be properly maintained, Joe’s can schedule recurring pumping and cleaning to remove the grease before it causes problems.