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Whether you are in need of a scheduled maintenance grease trap cleaning or an immediate grease interceptor pumping service in Brea, California; we are ready to help you. Grease Management Solutions provides restaurants and other food servicing establishments with a complete pumping service of their Fats, Oils, Grease and Solids separator, otherwise known as a grease trap. We make certain that your device is fully pumped, removing all content from top to bottom. Most or all, all service provided will come with all necessary manifest report in case of an audit as proof of service.
What Is The Suggested Pumping Service For FOGS Device?
There are many different factors that have to be considered when it comes to determining how often these devices are to be cleaned such as: size of the trap, the kind of food establishment, the amount of food being served and how well the kitchen being maintained. Since these devices come in a variety of sizes ranging from 5 gallons to 20,000 gallons, service maintenance will vary from monthly, quarterly, bi-yearly, yearly, etc. depending on the size, amount of meals served, type of food made, etc..
Grease traps and interceptors are most functional when it has 25% or below worth of fats, oils, grease and solids. Once it exceeds that amount the unit will start to release more FOGS waste out of the device which makes it less functional. Many cities will require establishments to empty the equipment once it reaches this level to prevent any sewer contamination.
Small under the sink grease trap suggested scheduled maintenance:
Grease traps located inside the kitchens tend to be small with an average size ranging from 5-50 gallons. Due to its small size, most inside grease traps are serviced on a monthly basis to prevent any drain stoppage or overflows.
Outside underground grease interceptor suggested service increments:
The majority grease interceptors located outside the parking lots are significantly larger than inside grease traps. Due to its large size, these devices are usually buried under the ground varying in sizes such as: 750, 1,000, 1,200, 1,500, 2,000, 2,500, 3,000, 3,500, 4,000, 4,500, 5,000, etc.. Although these devices are more costly to install and service, the benefit is that interceptors require less pumping and are less likely to back up if it’s serviced regularly. On average, grease interceptors for majority of restaurants are serviced on a 3-6 month time period.
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As a company we take great pride on ensuring our customers with the best grease trap and interceptor cleaning service. Our experts understands and are fully knowledgeable about the subject matter. We are here to assist you in solving any troubles you may be encountering with your grease trap or interceptor. Contact our experts today and see why we are the leading choice when it comes to servicing commercial kitchens.
Cost To Pump & Clean A Grease Trap Or Interceptor
Since grease traps and interceptors can vary in sizes, it is important for any service provider to know the size of the device in order to give you a proper quote. Since most pumping service prices are based on a total amount of gallons, it is imperative for us to know the size of the device to provide a general price range. Though, about 90% of the time we are able to provide a quote based on the size of the grease trap or interceptor. Devices that have been neglected or have a substantial amount of FOGS waste may be subject to extra charges.
Reducing FOGS Waste Entering The Trap
One of the main causes of heavy grease and solid waste build up from commercial kitchen are due to negligence. In other words, it is always best that before washing any dishes, pans, pots and utensils to ensure that all waste is thrown in trash as well as the debris are scraped off. If possible, be try to wipe of any leftover grease from cooking pans or commercial griddle so that it does not go into the drains leading to the grease trap or interceptor. Furthermore, always make sure that all floor drains or sinks have a proper strainer to minimize the amount of solid waste entering the FOGS device. By implementing a proper waste disposal process, it can reduce the amount of Fats, Oils, Grease and Solids entering the grease trap device.
Reasons Why The City of Brea Have F.O.G.S. Separator Device Requirements.
You might have not ever expected that even grease trap can be a serious environmental trouble maker. Have you been familiar with this tool? If you have been in the restaurant or other food servicing industry, you have seen the amount of FOGS waste that a commercial can produce. For this reason, restaurants are obligated to install a gravity device that will trap most of the fats, oils, grease and solids preventing them from entering the city sanitation line.
A grease trap or interceptor is meant to reduce the amount of FOGS waste entering the city sanitation line. In past, when grease traps or interceptors was not mandatory, all waste from commercial kitchens go directly into the city sanitation line causing heavy build up leading to major overflows. Due to the high cost of cleanup and repairs, the city was finally decided to make it mandatory for commercial all food servicing establishments install a grease separator to reduce the amount of FOGS waste entering the city sanitation lines.
Grease Traps and Interceptor 101
How Fats, Oils, Grease, & Solids Gravity Device Work
This instrument works like a collector, as well as separator. It slows down the flow of water together with grease, fats, and oil through the drain. Then the grease trap allows the grease and similar waste to coagulate and float. By this process, the trap has separated the grease on upper level and solid waste at the bottom. Meanwhile, the waste water gravity settles the grease and solids and once it separates the FOGS the filtered water is then released into the city sewer system.
Although, the grease trap or interceptor may not fully stop FOGS waste from entering the city sanitation line; it drastically reduces the amount of FOGS wasted entering the city line by nearly 80% when it is below the 25% FOGS level. Thefore, it is also highly recommended for the main grease lines to be hydro jetted on a timely manner to prevent blockage or grease overflows.
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Grease Trap & Interceptor Installation
To protect the city sanitation line from clogging or overflows, it is now mandatory for Restaurants and other FSE’s (food servicing establishments) to install a proper FOGS separator device. In order to determine the type of device needed, the waste water or city inspector will appoint and provide the business the proper device necessary for the establishment. Therefore, before installing a new grease trap or an interceptor it important to contact city to know their requirements. Failing to properly put in the proper device can lead to a very costly mistake.
Whether you are looking to replace or install a new grease trap or interceptor, we have the experts to help you. Our plumbing specialist understands and know the proper way of installing a these devices to make certain that you will not have any plumbing complications in the future. When installing a grease trap or interceptor that the plumbing contractor is aware of the following:
If you are in search of a grease trap or grease interceptor plumbing professional that can deliver quality work at competitive price points, we are the company for you. Call us today for immediate assistance at 888-696-9906.