Regular grease trap cleaning is essential for businesses that have grease traps on site. Grease traps are used to keep fats, oils, organic waste, and grease out of the sewer pipes, preventing clogs and backups. Without regular cleaning, the fats, oils, and grease can build up and cause blockages, leading to costly repairs.
This is why it's necessary to keep your grease traps clean and in working order, especially if you are in the foodservice industry.
When it comes to grease trap cleaning, it's important to hire a professional plumber to do the job. Plumbers are experts in diagnosing and maintaining grease traps, and they have the right tools and equipment to get the job done right. Professional plumbers also have the knowledge and experience to clean the grease trap safely and effectively, so you can rest easy knowing that your business or home is in good hands.
Regular grease trap cleaning has several benefits for your business.
⦁ It helps prevent blockages and backups
⦁ It ensures your business is following local health codes and regulations
⦁ It helps to keep your business clean and sanitary
⦁ Makes your environment safer for customers and employees
⦁ It’s environmentally friendly as it keeps oils and fats out of our sceptic tanks and local sewer systems
Your grease trap needs be inspected regularly. If you check your local councils’ pages, they will indicate an estimate on how often they should be check and cleaned. Tropical coast Plumbing Recommends that they are checked every 3 months. Our friendly team can sea up a preventive maintenance schedule for you, to ensure you grease trap is inspected and cleaned appropriately to prevent costly repairs in the future.
Grease traps can have a bad odour if they the lids aren’t sealed properly, or the grease trap needs cleaning.
Most homes do not have a grease trap; however, it is more common to have a grease trap if you have a septic system. If you are unsure if you have a grease trap, give Tropical Coast Plumbing a call and we can inspect your property for any grease traps and set up a scheduled maintenance program to suit you.
No, the use of solvents, enzymes, mutant bacteria, odour control agents or pesticides in grease Arrestor traps is prohibited unless specifically approved by the Council.