Everyone has eaten at a restaurant at some point in their life. Have you ever wondered what happens to all that extra French fry grease? How about when someone washes greasy pans in the sinks and lets the water go down the drains. Where does the grease go and more importantly, how is it taken care of?
Health codes as well as many city codes state that most restaurants and other places of business must contain something known as a grease trap. What is a grease trap you may ask? Well, a grease trap is a plumbing device created to catch most forms of grease and solids before they make their way into the wastewater disposal systems. There are several reasons for grease trap clogs but the main one would be improper maintenance and grease removal.
Los Angeles grease trap service and interceptor pumping will assist in removing all that gross, greasy build up. Interceptor pumping is designed to scrub away and help prevent build up that could very possibly shut down work and operations.
If the grease traps and interceptors are not properly taken care of, a number of problems could arise. Drain systems can become clogged and close down business. Repugnant smells could damage business and sales, and even a business could be closed down for failure to comply with health codes. There could even be fines associated with improper maintenance.
Don't let some other grease trap service company tell you they are the best. Los Angeles grease trap services and interceptor pumping will flush all your cares away!