Specialists in emptying grease traps, interceptors and road gulleys
Fat, oil and grease mustn’t be discharged into the sewer and so grease traps must be regularly checked and properly managed. We recommend they are checked at least once a week, but more frequent maintenance may be required dependent on use. It’s important not to wait until the grease trap is full before you empty it. Emptying it earlier is easier and this also prevents excess grease being discharged into the sewer.
Interceptors are designed to allow only water to drain from the outlet, trapping pollutants such as fuel oil and solids within the confines of the interceptor. The accumulation of oil, silt, debris and other miscellaneous contaminants within an interceptor increases the risk of flooding and pollutants contaminating sewage systems or watercourses. Based on this most of our customers, take advantage of our scheduled interceptors service.
Road gullies are designed to handle surface water and to retain debris, usually leafs and silts, to prevent them entering the drainage system and causing pipe blockages and flooding. With the risk of flooding increasing year on year and record levels of rain fall in certain areas, the need for cleaning road gullies has become even more significant and relevant.