Hassle-free Grease Trap Maintenance
No matter where you’re located, your restaurant likely faces regulations that dictate how kitchen grease is handled. This is for good reason. Left unchecked, fats, oils, and grease (FOG) that enter sewage systems can block pipes or cause other serious issues. Grease traps protect local waterways by significantly reducing the amount of FOG that enters water treatment systems. Additionally, they’re frequently required by law. SeQuential’s expert grease trap services keep your traps in peak condition to focus on your business without worrying about regulatory problems.
SeQuential: Your Preferred Pumper
We’re part of the Preferred Pumper Program in the Pacific Northwest. This means we partner closely with local grease inspectors across the West Coast to ensure our customers comply with their city’s grease regulations. These partnerships allow us to provide a higher level of service by adhering to clearly defined maintenance standards and procedures.
Working with SeQuential helps ensure you remain in compliance with local regulations. Failure to comply with grease regulations can result in hefty penalties. We work hard to make sure this doesn’t happen to you. We’ll set you up on a cleaning schedule that matches your city’s requirements. We’ll even handle the paperwork, so you don’t have to.
Why Does My Grease Trap Need Maintenance?
Failing to maintain your grease trap properly can cause major issues for your kitchen. Here’s a list of problems you might encounter:
Sewer blockage: Solidified grease within a pipe can create blockages that wreak all kinds of havoc, from kitchen back-ups to burst pipes and environmental pollution.
Noxious fumes: Rancid FOG can give off unpleasant fumes that might be harmful to anyone near the source – including you, your employees, or your customers.
Fines: Violating your local grease disposal regulations can lead to fines, which create a heavy financial burden in addition to damaging your reputation.
SeQuential’s grease trap services are available across the West Coast, including the Seattle, Portland, Sacramento and San Francisco metro areas. We’ll keep your equipment clean and stay in touch with your local grease inspector to make sure you stay up to code. We also offer free used cooking oil recycling so that you can rely on a single vendor for all your grease management needs.