Grease Trap & Grease Interceptor Pumping & Cleaning Services

If you are looking for a grease trap cleaning service, your search ends here. We are a reliable company with many years of experience in the industry; we have assisted thousands of happy customers and can affirm that our services are synonymous of excellent quality. We have the best tools, equipment and well trained professionals to ensure that the job is done properly.

Grease trap service cost can vary based on the size and the condition of the device. Grease traps are to be cleaning every month due to its small size while grease interceptors are serviced every 3 to 6 months depending on the size of the device. Cities throughout Southern California will require all grease traps and interceptors to be serviced when the fog content level reaches 25%. Call 888-263-6637

Is My Grease Trap Full?

Fats, Oils, Grease & Solids, also known as FOGS are intercepted and trapped inside the device to prevent from entering the city sewer sanitary line. For the grease trap or grease interceptor to do its job properly, it must not exceed a combined total of 25% Fats, Oils, Grease and Solids content. Almost all cities will require grease indoor grease traps to be serviced every month and grease interceptors every quarter to prevent it from exceeding the maximum requirement of 25%. Going over the required maximum can lead to citation, plumbing issues and costly clean up cost.

Service increments can differ based on the size of unit and amount of FOGS waste volume passing through the device.  Though, overall average of cleaning increment will typically be every 4 weeks for indoor small grease trap, while larger outdoor grease interceptor are pumped and cleaned every 3 months or 12 weeks majority of the time unless the business can prove to the city inspectors. America's Number #1 Choice

The Local Municipalities Make It Mandatory For Traps & Interceptors To Be Serviced & Maintained Regularly and Not To Exceed Above 25% of FOGS.

As Part of Best Management Practice, It Is Important To Properly Maintain FOGS Separators Regularly To Prevent Drain Problems, Hazardous Overflow, and Costly Clean Up Cost.

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