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Grease Trap & Interceptor Pumping

Grease Trap Cleaning & Interceptor Pumping

Our grease trap pumping service allows us to safely remove and dispose of trap grease and waste water from restaurant interceptor systems in accordance with local ordinances and environmental regulations.

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Commercial Grease Traps & Interceptors Cleaning & Pumping

Servicing your grease trap and interceptor system regularly can prevent solids, grease, fats and oils from clogging your outbound sewer lines. Baker Commodities’ grease trap and interceptor cleaning and pumping services thoroughly remove all materials from your grease trap and interceptor. We fully remove grease, water waste and solid materials from your location and recycle at our environmentally-friendly facilities. Baker Commodities’ team of highly-skilled technicians ensures that clients receive the high quality service they deserve…every time!

Services We Offer:

  • Direct collaboration with your local municipality to ensure compliance with all regulations
  • Full removal of material, pumping contents of trap
  • Scrape and clean interior walls
  • Video inspection for drain issues and maintenance to prevent damage
  • Issue condition reports for your equipment
  • Hydro jetting of both the inlet and outlet of your trap
  • Recycling of all grease trap materials
  • Scheduled service intervals
  • Emergency services, 24/7 availability
  • A complete report of work performed for your records
  • Proof of service

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does a grease trap work?

  • A grease trap is usually underground in an accessible outdoor area. It allows fats, oils and greases to floats, while solids sink allowing the water to flow through and on to the city sewer system and the municipal water supply.

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How to clean grease spills?

  • Wait until the grease cools
  • Block off the area where the grease spilled
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    • Soak up as much oil as you can with dish towels
    • Use a generous amount of cornstarch, salt, sand, cat litter, or baking soda for the excess grease
    • Mix warm water with soap and mop up the area.

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Why does a grease trap overflow?

  1. The outgoing line is clogged
  2. plumbing is clogged
  3. The trap is overloaded with food waste
  4. The trap isn’t emptied often enough
  5. Rodents are entering the trap & causing blockages

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