Grease Traps Cleaning & Maintenance

Professional Cleaning And Maintenance Ensures Full Compliance And Zero Down Time

Grease traps are used to separate fats, oils, and grease (FOG) from solid food waste. Blockages may occur in your plumbing and sanitary sewer lines due to the buildup of FOG or solid food waste. This could cause an overflow in your building, neighbour’s buildings, streets, and the surrounding environment. Therefore, regular cleaning of your grease trap is essential.

When you become our client, we’ll provide you with every maintenance and cleaning feature to keep your grease trap fully operational. In addition, we provide a flexible cleaning schedule for regular cleaning services, most commonly every 90 days. With every cleaning session, you receive a PDF certificate for grease trap cleaning to show inspectors that your grease trap has been cleaned and in line with Uisce Éireann (formerly Irish Water) regulations.

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• You’ll receive a cleaning schedule for a whole year (To comply with Uisce Éireann (formerly Irish Water) guidelines a minimum of four clean outs required per year)

• You’ll be notified in advance of our teams arrival.

• We’ll send out a team equipped with professional grease cleaning tools
(protective gear, specialised grease vacuum cleaners)

• The team will arrive at the most suitable time agreed with you (before service or after service hours)

• The entire process takes less than an hour, and neither you nor staff members will have to clean up after our team has performed the grease trap cleaning session.

• Our team will check the condition of the grease trap for any maintenance issues or replace expendable parts after they’ve emptied the grease.

• After the cleaning session, our team will provide a certification document that your grease trap has been maintained to the legally required standard.

• Recovered grease is collected in a specialised grease-cleaning van or lorry and transported for recycling.

Grease traps maintenance

The maintenance process:

• During the cleaning session, our specialists will check the overall condition of your grease trap, paying particular attention to the expendable rubber and plastic parts.

• You will receive a full condition report detailing damage to the trap or any trap parts – such as flaps, gaskets, strainers, screens, or other components – which appear damaged.

• New spare parts for our grease traps are provided to replace all damaged components.

• All required new parts are replaced by our team to ensure your grease trap remains fully operational.