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We use high-grade fiber and epoxy; our certified team comes to your location to custom build a new structure inside your broken grease trap. It does not matter if there are holes or corrosion! The new structure functions at the same dimensions of the preexisting grease trap and operates as good as new.

Our structure is corrosion and chemical resistant, so strong it comes with a lifetime warranty! This newly sealed tank can be built without having to jackhammer, and replace, Our patented method allows you to pay less than replacing your grease trap and keeps your business open during our quick operation!

Now you can have professional grease trap repair without shutting down your business from digging. Our method will pass any inspection and save your business money and time! Using high-grade fiber and industrial epoxy, our patented process will form a “box within a box,” eliminating the cost to replace with a new one.

Restaurant and foodservice kitchens produce much waste grease which is present in the drain lines from various sinks, dishwashers and cooking equipment such as combi ovens and commercial woks. If not removed, the grease can clump and cause blockage and back-up in the sewer.

In the US, sewers back up annually “an estimated 400,000 times, and municipal sewer overflows on 40,000 occasions”. The EPA has determined that sewer pipe blockages are the leading cause of sewer overflows, and grease is the primary cause of sewer blockages. Even if accumulated FOG does not escalate into blockages and sanitary sewer overflows, it can disrupt wastewater utility operations and increase operations and maintenance requirements”

For these reasons, depending on the country, nearly all municipalities require commercial kitchen operations to use some type of interceptor device to collect grease before it enters sewers. Where FOG is a concern in the local wastewater system, communities have established inspection programs to ensure that these grease traps and/or interceptors are being routinely maintained.

Grease Trap Installation

We will call a city inspector and manage the inspection and compliance issues.

Finally, we will backfill the excavated area and provide a final cleanup in order to restore the area to a neat and tidy condition.

A problem area will be identified, typically by one of our technicians during routine pumping/servicing of the interceptor.

We will provide a work order / written description of the work required to restore the interceptor to proper operation.