Monthly Archives: September 2013

Keep Your Pipes Clean With Proper Food Waste Disposal

If you have a restaurant or another company that is in the food service industry you are surely well aware that grease traps need to be maintained regularly or else they can start causing you some problems. Many things go down the drain and this can lead to things like clogging the plumbing in your building leading to the water not being able to flow through.

Clogging and Water Backing Up With Grease Traps
The plumbing in your building can get clogged up and lead to water backing up, but the sewer lines around and near your building can also suffer clogs and this can lead to other area businesses and area residents also being affected and not being able to drain bathtubs or sinks, and not being able to flush their toilets, according to EdenFlo. Area businesses and homes can also experience flooding when sewer lines back up, causing raw sewage to flow into the house or building causing significant damage and posing potential health issues. If your building is affected by a sewer line backing up, you will need to immediately shut down until the mess is completely cleaned up, the building sanitized and disinfected, and the offending line fixed and this can cost you a significant amount of money.

Preventing Problems With Grease Traps and Pipes
Preventative maintenance is key is keeping your pipes and lines flowing smoothly. You will have to have grease traps put in to help prevent how much grease is able to get into the drain and the lines and these are able to intercept the majority of the grease, but you still need to keep an eye on things to ensure that your lines are patent and not at risk for becoming clogged.

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