When we perform grease trap pumping as part of maintenance, we’ll make sure the fats and oils are removed.
When your commercial property uses a septic system, it probably uses a grease trap to filter out the fats and oils from the wastewater that moves through the drains.
Grease traps are particularly important in commercial settings, such as restaurants or catering facilities, because of the higher volume of grease that moves through the septic system. Without a trap for the fats and oils in the water, your system may become overloaded with grease, resulting in backups and damage to the other septic components.
A grease trap also requires routine maintenance, which can be done at the same time as the other maintenance that must be done on the other parts of your septic system. At Quality Septic Inc., we provide grease trap pumping services to commercial properties located throughout Tampa, Florida. When we perform grease trap pumping as part of maintenance, we’ll make sure the fats and oils are removed. This leaves behind a clean trap that can collect more grease from the wastewater that goes through the drains and pipes.
Your grease trap may show some warning signs that it needs to be pumped. These include unpleasant odors coming from the sink, slow-moving drains, or even toilets that won’t flush properly. Leaving a grease trap unpumped could have disastrous results for your commercial building, such as significant sewage backup, water damage, or bacteria that impacts the cleanliness of your kitchen. Make sure to keep up with this vital task by scheduling routine maintenance and pumping with our technicians at Quality Septic Inc.