Grease Traps


Grease traps are devices placed down from kitchen cleaning appliances such as sinks, woks, and any other drains that collect grease. Cooking grease that gets washed off cooking appliances and kitchenware can end up causing significant problems in building drains and public sewers. Properly maintained grease traps help prevent unwanted grease build-up in your sewer and the city’s collection system. Most Municipalities require grease traps to be cleaned when 25% of the liquid level of the trap is grease or oil, once a month minimum for point of use traps and quarterly for large in-ground interceptors.

 

 
 
 
 
   

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