Grease Trap and UCO - Grease Trap Service

Grease Trap Service

A grease trap, also known as a grease interceptor, is a passive plumbing control device designed to reduce the amount of fats, oils and greases (FOG) that enter the sanitary sewer collection system. Grease traps work by providing a retention chamber that is designed to slow the drainage flow to permit grease to float, solid material to settle and the “clean” water to exit to the drain/sewer system. Building codes require the installation of grease traps wherever fats, oils and greases could be discharged into the sewer system. Sewer-use bylaws limit the amount of FOG and suspended solids that are permitted to be discharged to the sewer system.

A Diagram of how a Grease Trap Works

Walker Environmental understands the importance of superior customer service and regularly scheduled grease trap collection and maintenance.

Our Services

  • Regularly scheduled, reliable service helps prevent overflows and blockages
  • Sophisticated logistic software to record detailed service reports
  • Available 24/7 including flexible time windows and emergency services

The Benefits

  • Reduced risk of kitchen disruptions and plumbing emergencies due to back ups
  • Odour and pest control
  • Stay compliant with municipal bylaws and CSA regulations

Transparency

  • Detailed work order reports with before and after pictures, fat/oil/grease (FOG) levels and required repairs
  • Waste Diversion reporting available
  • Wireless handheld devices for electronic sign-off
  • GPS tracking on trucks     

Good for the Environment

  • All material is transported to approved processing and recycling facilities
  • Processed materials are used in anaerobic digesters to generate renewable biogas energy and a nutrient-rich soil supplement