You’ve got a restaurant or cafeteria to run. You can’t be bothered with kitchen grease back ups, smells and spills. This will not only send your guests elsewhere, you can face hazards and fines that can shut your restaurant down.
We service restaurants, cafeterias and food kitchens throughout Tyler. Call us to schedule a regular grease trap maintenance and cleaning schedule. Let us do the dirty work, helping to keep your kitchen clean and operational.
We completely clean your grease traps, inside and out. We’ll vacuum grease, oil, and food particles and polish all surfaces. Every time we touch your grease trap, we’ll inspect it to ensure it is functioning properly and efficiently. We also treat your system with a non-toxic solution that aids drainage and minimizes those nasty grease trap odors.
Grease Trap Maintenance
We suction clean and maintain your commercial kitchen’s grease traps at scheduled intervals and to sure it’s all working properly. Aaron’s Sanitation also repairs and reseals grease trap covers as well as all other service and maintenance needed to keep your system clean, odorless and running efficiently.
On Schedule and On Time
We determine your kitchen cleaning needs and schedule service to ensure your system runs freely. You’ll never have to call us for service. We’ll contact you to remind you that you are due for a scheduled service. This way, grease trap maintenance is worry free for you.
Cities Water Treatment Plant Sludge Pumping Around East Texas
Pumps have got to handle high solids concentrations and are expected to provide continuous operation, high reliability and energy efficiency. Flygt has the proven experience and equipment to provide reliable and efficient solutions for handling sludge in the wastewater treatment process.
Secondary sludge pumping is part of the treatment plant process. It includes return activated sludge (RAS), which is continuously pumped back into the secondary biological treatment tank as part of the treatment process, and waste activated sludge (WAS), which is excess from settled sludge that is pumped to the sludge handling process.
Dewatering is typically the last step before disposal of sludge from secondary treatment and external sources. Sludge volume decreases by removing the water content in order to create a thicker and more manageable mass. Dewatering may also reduce handling costs and minimize leachates and odors at landfills.
After dewatering, the dry solids contents are significantly higher. This may cause high head loss in transporting the sludge for disposal or further treatment. Thickened sludge needs to be pumped downstream, directly to disposal or sludge storage.
Understanding your challenges
- Handling heavy concentrations of sludge is a complex process
- Ability to handle heavy sludge with high concentration of solids (often up to 8-10 %)
- Continuous duty operation
- Maintaining a high pump efficiency
Frequently Asked Questions About Grease Trap Cleaning
How Frequently Should A Trap Be Serviced?
A grease trap should be serviced (at minimum) every 90 days or 20-percent discharge into the city’s sanitary sewer system. Most grease traps and grease interceptors, if sized correctly, will range in service from 8 to 12 weeks. With that being said, service frequency of your grease trap depends on several factors, which will need to be discussed with your grease trap cleaning service provider.
Why Work With Us?
We’re local. We show up on time, and stay late when we have to. Our prices are competitive (and if we’re not the lowest, let us know as, we’ll match any competitor price to earn your business).
Should A Service Be Booked In Advance?
YES! Grease trap cleaning services should be regularly scheduled services. You should not wait until your grease trap is overflowing and your plumbing lines are backed up to call and schedule a service. Book your service on a regular basis, and well in advance to ensure your grease trap operates as efficiently as possible.
Are Services Recurring?
Yes, service appointments are recurring based upon service frequency. Upon initial service of your grease trap, we will set up a service frequency in order to ensure your trap is always in good working order. Service frequency can be changed at any time.
Do We Offer Emergency Services?
Yes, we do offer emergency services.