Why choose CLOUD 9 SERVICES?
What is a Grease Trap?
A grease trap is a receptacle into which wastewater containing FOG (fats, oil, and grease) flows through before entering the drainage system. The receptacle is designed to intercept or "trap" the FOG while allowing clear water to escape. The grease trap relies on gravity to separate waste solids from wastewater and grease. This is accomplished because grease is lighter than water and natural division occurs while these two elements sit together. The water flows out of the system and leaves just the grease behind.
Grease Trap Services
Grease traps are a vital part of your establishment’s plumbing system. If a grease trap is not well-maintained, fats, oils, and grease will be able to enter the wastewater supply and clog your main sewer line. This can be not only dangerous for you, but your customers as well.
If these systems aren’t maintained properly this could lead to your company being fined for not only health code violations, but punitive violations as well. To avoid these issues you need to hire professionals who know how to service these systems properly. Luckily, we here at Cloud 9 Services, LLC are just the company to help you!
Our Grease Trap Cleaning Process is as Follows :
Grease trap cleaning – Complete removal of all wastes inside the tank, solids, and liquids.
Environmentally friendly disposal – We dispose of all your waste at our partnered facility at Shamrock Environmental Corporation where they can properly reclaim/recycle the waste collected.
Pressure washing inside of the tank – Utilizing our Jet Vac cleaning trucks, our technicians are able to remove the FOG (fats, oils, and grease) that have accumulated to the sides of the tank. Leaving your system like new.
Jetting grease trap inlets and outlets – As an additional contracted service we can also provide our services to clean the sewer lines leading to and from the grease traps to prevent or unclog the lines from restricted flow.
Complete compliance reporting – We handle all of your compliance requirements regarding Hauler manifests for Grease Trap Maintenance for your city and county.
Grease Trap Cleaning Manifest
How often should grease traps be cleaned?
The frequency of cleaning these systems are subject to how much use they get, but on average a grease trap should be cleaned every 1 to 3 months. Our technicians are able to provide you with a comprehensive breakdown of how often to maintain your system, as well as establish a maintenance contract with you in order to keep your business running as smoothly as possible at all times. These contracts can be established either before or after your services are completed, reach out to us in order to learn about how to establish a contract with us going forward, 407-481-2750.
What locations do we service?
We service a variety of locations including, but not limited to :
Schools and colleges
Hire a Professional Grease Trap Cleaning Company Today!
At Cloud 9 Services, LLC we are equipped to handle all your industrial cleaning needs.
If you are in need of a service please give us a call, we are here 24/7 Nights and Weekends