Grease Traps



Typical grease trap before




Why the Use of Grease Traps?


  Grease traps are an integral part of a kitchen's waste water drainage system. Waste water from the dishwasher, sinks, and floor drains contains various amounts of grease and oils. This waste passes down drain pipes that lead to the grease trap. The grease trap's job is to slow the flow of water and allow it to cool inside the grease trap. As the water is slowed and cooled in the grease trap, greases and oils being lighter than water, float to the top of the grease trap. As water flows through the outlet baffle of the grease trap, most of the oils and greases, are "trapped" in the grease trap.

Benefits of Treating Grease Traps

Many establishments use outside services to perform regular scheduled pumping. Pumping and servicing the grease trap on a regular basis, will keep it operating properly.

 HOWEVER, THIS DOES NOTHING FOR THE DRAIN PIPES LEADING FROM THE GREASE TRAP! No matter how often the grease trap is cleaned, some grease will escape from the grease trap, and become hard and cling to the interior of the drain and sewer pipes. Over time, this build up of oils and greases will cause clogs in the drain pipes and sewer lines. These clogs causes sewer backups, which obviously can be a serious health problem.  This why it is important your drainage system should be treated on a prescribed schedule. 

We Can Help!! 

Our treatment uses a multi-adaptive blend of specific non-pathogenic bacteria blended for GREASE TRAPS. Since not all grease traps are alike we may recommend one or both of our products and processes.  The two products are, GT-200 and TRBC-500 WSP










Automated Dosing System that can be programmed to dose during down time!