When a grease trap or grease interceptor overflow it is a given that it will cause a big mess that needs immediate attention to avoid any heavy fines for the city. The first step is to prevent any additional waste from escaping out of the lid by stopping the water usage in the kitchen. Once you have controlled the water usage, be sure to place a barrier such as sand bags or sand absorbent around the contamination preventing it from spreading any further.
Use a generous amount of sand absorbent to soak up all liquid spills until all waste is dried. Place heavy duty degreaser to remove stain or residue on the contaminated area. High pressure wash the contaminated area and have a water recovery vacuum to prevent any contamination from entering the city storm drains. Repeat process until all stains are gone.
Grease Trap and Grease Interceptor Pumping and Cleaning
If you device has overflown it is likely that the issue is either the grease trap / grease interceptor or the plumbing lines. We highly suggest that in this event to see the service history to determine a solution of preventing another overflow.
To learn more about overflows and clean up please call us at 888-696-9906 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.