Cleaning Grease Traps for Restaurants in Athens, OH
Rely on TrueBlu Plumbing for Grease Trap Cleaning & Repair
Grease and other cooking oils are an essential part of the kitchen, and disposing of them properly is just as essential. But many municipalities consider this substance hazardous waste. TrueBlu Plumbing can take that waste off your hands. We can pump your grease trap on a regular basis to keep it working properly. In addition to cleaning out your grease traps, we can give you some grease management tips and shoot down some of the myths surrounding them. TrueBlu Plumbing offers same day plumbing service and provides emergency plumbing service 24/7. (740) 590-5400.
We Service All Types of Grease Traps and GRDs
There are three major types of Grease Trap, and TrueBlu Plumbing services them all.
- Small, point-of-use units. Installed under three-compartment sinks and dishwashers in kitchens. They need to be cleaned out often.
- Large in-ground tanks. Accessed outside of the restaurant, they require pumping to make sure that they do not back up.
- Grease Recovery Devices or GRDs. Recycle grease with waste oil from the deep-fryers. Although these do not require pumping, inspection is key to keeping them working efficiently.
Call Us Now Before It is Too Late
Grease traps have to be cleaned and pumped when they are around 25% full to ensure working order. If they are not, they will not do their job of keeping waste water as clean as possible. Grease can build up and create a blockage in the sewer that is considered hazardous waste. And, as the business owner, you are responsible. Call TrueBlu Plumbing today to make sure your grease traps are doing their job.
TrueBlu Plumbing’s grease trap service is cost effective and friendly for the environment. For 20 gallons and under, our quarterly grease trap service fee is $75.00. TrueBlu Plumbing will recycle and compost your waste into a resource for the community as part of our zero-waste initiative. Call (740) 590-5400 to get grease trap maintenance from TrueBlu Plumbing.