Chula Vista Restaurant Grease Removal
Chula Vista Restaurant Grease Removal, Grease Trap Chula Vista, CA, Grease Removal Company maintains the control of food by-products from numerous restaurants in Chula Vista. We design maintenance schedules for any size restaurant and protect the counties’ waste water system from contamination by keeping these grease traps clean. The best part is, we PAY YOU for your grease removal!
We have equipment and capabilities for pumping and transporting grease from the most difficult locations and can remove any volume of liquids as well as any consistency of grease, even solid form.
Grease Trap Cleaning & Grease Trap Removal Services in Chula Vista
Grease traps prevent your restaurant kitchen grease and food waste from entering the San Diego city sewer system, and staying up to code is vital in your restaurants establishment. For restaurants, grease is the leading cause of sanitary overflows since it clogs sewer lines and creates blockages. Ultimately these become problematic waste streams that could potentially hurt your business or create issues with the city of San Diego. Your grease traps must be regularly emptied and periodically cleaned to prevent costly dirty over-flows or issues with the city of Chula Vista.
“Grease Removal Company paid for my grease and did a terrific service for our restaurant. Very reliable. Kept our restaurant up to date with city compliance issues we needed to stay up to date on.”
Unlike most grease removal companies that skim the grease, Grease Removal Company cleans and gets rid of 100% of the grease trap content. Additionally, Grease Removal Company will scrape the walls and powerwash the bottom, inlet, and outlet pipes, but paying close attention to the interior traps where the washer might cause damage. Our staff is well trained and will ensure all your grease removal needs will be taken care of properly.
Grease Removal Company provides much more than just simple pumping services. This is important because the business of wastewater has become very complex and calls for a heightened awareness of environmental impacts, a detailed understanding of regulatory accountability and the capability to handle the increasing costs of operating a modern transportation fleet. We succeed because we understand these issues and deliver the comprehensive business solution to ensure they are addressed.
How a Grease Trap Works
The purpose of a grease trap (or interceptor) is to prevent grease and food solids from entering the sanitary sewer system. This is accomplished by capturing all of the waste deposited in the drain (mostly water) in the primary separation basin. The water in the trap (from the drains) cools the grease to room temperature, solidifying it. Because grease is lighter than water, it floats to the top. the food solids, that are heavier than water sink to the bottom.
A crossover pipe located in the middle of the wall separating the primary from the secondary separation compartment allows the cleaner water to flow into the secondary separation basin. The “primary” provides the majority of the separation, while some of the grease still suspended in the water makes its way through the crossover and is captured in the “secondary” creating a second separation.
The outgoing line leaves the secondary and establishes the normal liquid level, then it will flow to the sanitary sewer system.
A properly functioning grease trap should always maintain a normal liquid level. This does not indicate that the trap is “full”. To learn more about restaurant grease removal services contact Grease Removal Company!