Grease Trap/Drain Lines

The company provides grease trap pumping services to restaurants, food service establishments, commercial cafeterias, and food processors - all of which generate grease and/or other food process waste as part of their operation.

The grease trap is commonly found inside and/or outside of facilities and is connected to the wastewater collection system. The purpose of the grease trap is to collect excess grease in the wastewater flow through physical treatment, retention, and separation.

Grease traps need to be pumped and cleaned depending on how quickly they become full. The rate at which they become full is a function of: grease trap size, volume of food process, type of food process, housekeeping procedures, and countless other variables.

Grease traps are generally located either inside or outside of the facility. The smaller variety, 10 gallons to 100 gallons, are found inside of facilities under sinks or built into floors. The larger variety, 1000 gallons to 4,000 gallons or more, are found outside the facility in parking lots or near loading docks.

Russell Reid has dedicated and specialized service equipment for maintaining grease traps. This includes large and small vacuum trucks and specialized utility vehicles with portable shop vac's to access more difficult - hard to access - interior grease traps.

What
They're Saying

You have done an excellent job and helped us out many times. Your company has always gone that extra mile to help.

- Robert Malson Jr.
Givaudan