Even more important than the type of grease trap you need is the size of grease trap you need. If you have a grease trap which is too small, then either you'll be cleaning it everyday or your grease trap will be allowing FOG through into the sewage system.
Since a grease trap cleaning/maintenance log is required by law, it sure is nice when the government makes one for you. On the other hand, sometimes they don't... so we have created one for you to use. Feel free to download, print, use, and share this cleaning log (you can find it here: Grease Trap Cleaning Log). Of course, as with all things grease trap, be sure to check up on your local regulations as some will require different times, volumes, etc. for cleaning.
We have just recently uploaded a video giving some information on grease traps in general and on our grease traps in particular. Hope it is a benefit to you as you seek to learn more about grease traps and why they are necessary for your food establishment.
Grease Traps. We thought it might be helpful to not only show you how to purchase them, but also how to maintain them after you've purchased them. In order to do that, we thought it would be easiest to make a short video giving some tips as to how to clean them. One thing to keep in mind as you watch this, government regulations differ depending on your location. Please make sure to check all city and state regulations as things will change (time in between required cleanings, amount, information recorded, etc.).
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Are you a bargain shopper? Of course you are. It’s that time of the year where “sniffing” out a bargain is a must. Now I’m not talking merely about Christmas shopping, although bargains are more than welcome there. I’m talking instead about restaurant equipment—those wallet-straining pieces your restaurant needs.
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