Grease Tank Pumping in New Jersey
When a professional company performs grease tank pumping and cleaning for your commercial kitchen, you are ensuring the job is done right. What’s more, the contents of your grease traps and tank will be disposed of properly, meeting all environmental regulations. Removing oils and grease from the wastewater system prevents the solidified fats from clogging municipal sewage systems. If your commercial kitchen works in conjunction with a septic system, regularly scheduled grease pumping helps keep pipes free of clogs and keeps wastewater flowing appropriately in the kitchens and other rooms of the establishment. Atlantic Sitton Services provides experienced, knowledgeable grease pumping and other septic system services in New Jersey.
Our Grease Tank Pumping Services
Grease traps and tanks work together to protect your plumbing and septic system. They also help protect the health and well-being of workers and customers. When grease tanks and traps are neglected, they can become breeding grounds for unsanitary conditions. Atlantic Sitton Services provides certified technicians to perform the following grease trap cleaning and grease tank pumping services:
- Fats, oils, and grease are skimmed from the top of the grease tank.
- Remaining solids are vacuumed from the bottom of the tank.
- Hot water or other cleaning methods are used for grease tank cleaning.
- Remaining water is vacuumed from the grease tank.
- Tank is inspected for cracks or other defects.
- Lips are re-fastened securely on the grease tank and any problems are discussed with the client.
For grease traps inside the kitchen, our certified technicians will vacuum, clean, and dispose of the accumulated fats, oils, and grease. This combined service is of great benefit to owners of commercial kitchens. With the safe disposal of grease and oils, kitchen operations can continue without endangering the plumbing, municipal water supplies, or your septic system.
Recycle Used Oil
In addition to grease trap cleaning, we will take away used cooking oil for collection and recycling as biofuel. This environmentally approved process utilizes used cooking oil to reduce the amount of petroleum needed for engine fuels.
Understanding Grease Traps and Tanks
While there are several kinds of grease traps and tanks, they all serve the same purpose, to remove harmful fats, oils, and grease from our water supply and soils. This process also removes these fats and food solids from the plumbing system and, ultimately, prevents them from taking up room in the septic tank, or in the municipal water and sewage system. Whether your wastewater is recycled through a leach field or by passing through a wastewater treatment plant, leftover fats, oils, and grease can create clogs, and serve as hosts for bacteria to grow and pollute water and soil.
With regular grease trap cleaning and grease tank pumping services, commercial kitchens can avoid adding harmful compounds to the environment. And by trapping fat solids and keeping them out of the flow of wastewater, kitchen workers are also preventing the plumbing and septic system from becoming coated and clogged with grease. Atlantic Sitton Services has experience with grease trap cleaning and grease tank pumping. We use modern equipment and knowledgeable technicians to remove harmful fats from kitchen, plumbing, and septic systems.
Signs Your Grease Trap Needs to be Cleaned
There are several signs that grease traps and tanks need to be cleaned. However, it is best to have a service contract in place with qualified professionals before these signs become noticeable. Atlantic Sitton Services offers emergency services to customers who are having problems with the following:
Clogged or Slow Moving Drains
If the water is moving more slowly, it’s likely because pipes have become coated with fats, oils, and grease, or that a clog has formed in the system.
Noticeable Bad Odor
Foul odors back up from overfull grease traps and grease tanks. Bad smells can also indicate that there is a clog or blockage in the system.
Grease in Unusual Places
If grease is not contained in the traps or tank, then it will spread around in the sinks and other surfaces of your commercial kitchen. It can also show up in other rooms if the wastewater is unable to flow properly, due to grease filling the traps and tanks above a safe level.
Clients We Serve
Atlantic Sitton Services provides full-service solutions for both commercial and government clients. Any place food is prepared on a larger scale, such as restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets, cafeterias, and healthcare facilities, requires grease abatement services. If your operation includes a commercial kitchen that prepares food for customers or workers or is a food production facility, we provide grease trap cleaning and grease tank pumping services.
In addition, our professional services ensure compliance with health and safety regulations throughout New Jersey. Service contracts provide regular service and inspection, geared toward the output of the operation.
Schedule a Grease Trap Cleaning and Collection With Atlantic Sitton Services
With the help of Atlantic Sitton Services, commercial and government clients can safely operate commercial kitchens and dispose of grease. For more information, contact us today.