Where do you need grease trap plumbers?
In order to comply with national water trade waste requirements, a plumber’s role is critical in the installation of grease taps. Incorrect installations allow greasy waste water to discharge to the sewer where it can cause blockages and chokes.
A grease trap is a plumbing device is designed to separate and collect fats, oils, greases and other solids from used water before they enter a wastewater disposal system (where it can cause expensive clogs).
They are basically boxes within the drain-run that flow between sinks in a kitchen to the sewer system. They only ever have waste water flowing through them and are not served by any other drainage system such as toilets. Grease traps slow down the flow of water coming from drains, allowing the water/ grease time to cool. This cooling causes the grease to coagulate and float to the top, while other, heavier solids, fall to the bottom of the trap. The remaining water is then free to pass through on to the city sewer lines.
A grease trap can either be located inside or outside a building, and is typically used by establishments with large kitchens such as schools and restaurants.