Grease Trap Cleaning in Portland, ME
Grease Trap Service for Local Restaurants & Commercial Kitchens
When did your restaurant or commercial kitchen last have grease trap cleaning service? The City of Portland, OSHA, and Federal governing bodies regulate the maintenance of this device.
Proper maintenance can also help prevent plumbing disasters for your business. Our drain and sewer professionals at Zoom Drain of New England make cleaning out your grease trap a fast and painless experience. We ensure businesses meet state and local requirements in Portland and New England.
Our grease trap cleaning professionals can help with monthly or quarterly grease trap pumping and cleaning. We tailor our services to meet your needs and local regulations.
What Is Grease Trap Pumping?
Grease, fat, and oil can build up within pipes and wreak havoc in sewer systems. A grease trap helps separate these substances from wastewater before they do damage.
Grease trap pumping clears out the accumulated grease, oils, and fats to prevent overflow. This allows the grease interceptor to continue functioning as it should.
Who Our Portland Plumbers Help
We can help any business with a grease trap or grease interceptor. It doesn't matter if you have a large industrial unit or a small under-sink system. Our team can pump it out.
We provide grease trap cleaning to businesses of all kinds, including:
- Limited-Service Restaurants
- Full-Service Restaurants
- Grocery Stores
- Institutional Kitchens (hospitals, schools, etc.)
Restaurant Grease Trap Cleaning
Being a responsible restaurateur includes more than taking care of guests and employees. Restaurant operations can impact both the broader community and the natural environment. You make careful decisions about food sourcing and supply partners. As a forward thinking restaurateur, you should also dispose of wastewater properly.
Scheduling restaurant grease trap cleaning services on a regular basis serves your self-interest by preventing system breakdowns. But it can also keep harmful substances out of sewers and the local environment.