Operating a commercial kitchen means taking care of your grease trap in Tulsa, OK, on a regular basis. Fats, oils and grease (FOG) accumulate and sit in the trap and clog or back up your drainage system. Wastewater can pass through the grease trap and out into your sewer system, leaving behind fats, oils and greases that can build up over time.
Depending on the size of your company and the amount of fat and type of grease your business produces, you should clean your grease trap every four to six weeks to preserve optimum flow rates and keep your septic tanks working freely. When it’s time for grease removal drainage, call our team of trusted plumbers at Roto-Rooter of Oklahoma.
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Any floor drain, sink or dishwasher that empties into your wastewater stream will need filtering in a grease trap. A grease interceptor traps the grease in your line before it exits for the sewer by skimming the sludge off the top of the flow of wastewater. Grease and oil float to the top, and heavier particles sink while the wastewater itself flows freely.
Regular operation of a kitchen or other business leads to a gradual buildup of grease and food waste, and it’s important to keep your grease trap clean before anything goes wrong. When your grease trap in Tulsa, OK, is full of food particles and FOG, you may end up with issues like:
Don’t put off grease trap cleaning and end up dealing with the consequences of a clogged sewer line! Call us at Roto-Rooter of Oklahoma for fast, effective grease trap services to keep your kitchen running smoothly.
You shouldn’t have to spend your time worrying about the grease trap, and with our Roto-Rooter team on hand, you don’t have to. After emptying your grease trap, we’ll shoot high-pressure water through the trap to break up anything that remains or has hardened in it. Then we’ll clean it out again, one more time. Tulsa businesses choose us for grease trap cleaning because: