Brown Grease Trap Cleaning & Service
Brown Grease is found in wastewater and is the type of grease collected in grease traps. Known as fats, oils, and greases (FOGs), they congeal and accumulate on pipes and pumps and can obstruct sewer lines, making regular and thorough cleaning necessary to keep businesses operating smoothly.
Fat, oils, grease, (FOG) and food solids that rot and increase in content within passive grease traps and grease interceptors from restaurant kitchens and foodservice facilities. Brown grease is commonly referred to as grease trap waste or grease sludge. Brown grease attracts cockroaches, mice, and flies from the sanitary sewer system. Brown grease is a never ending food source for these varmints.
California Waste Water Management sets the industry standard by vacuuming the entire contents of the trap and washing or scraping the sides with our state-of-the-art equipment. The collected grease trap waste is then transported in our trucks and disposed of at our fully permitted disposal centers. Because grease will inevitably accumulate in lines and eventually cause a blockage, California Waste Water Management recommends the annual cleaning of the outlet and inlet lines. This can greatly help to eliminate blockages of the lines that will cause costly interruptions of your business.
Brown Grease Services
We offer periodic servicing programs to custom-fit each customer’s individual needs. Each maintenance visit includes grease trap vacuuming, side scraping or pressure washing, a thorough cleaning of the surrounding area, and a visual inspection by an appointed employee of the customer’s choosing.
Additional Brown Grease Services:
- Water Jetting of Lines
- Drain Cleaning
- Sample Testing for Compliance with Local Regulations