General Grease Trap Cleaning and Maintenance Tips in Mukilteo

grease trap cleaning and maintenance mukilteoMukilteo restaurant owners can make grease trap cleaning and maintenance services easier. Your cleaning schedule will largely depend on the size of your holding tank and the frequency of use, and what you do between appointments makes a big difference. Taking a few simple steps between services helps prevent circumstances that can slow or stop business. 

Keep an Extra Gasket On Site

Gasket failure can cause big problems, including leaks and strong odors. If no one is available for immediate assistance, you could be stuck dealing with issues for an extended period of time. Keep an extra gasket on site for emergencies. 

Maintain Documentation for at Least 5 Years

While it won’t help during an actual emergency, it’s important to keep any grease trap cleaning documentation on file for at least five years. Once a professional does arrive, he or she will need to review your service history. This will also help with any warranty claims that may be necessary. 

Train New Employees

If your company has a high turnover rate, it’s important to incorporate some sort of grease trap cleaning training. Make sure all your employees know how to properly dispose of food waste to recycle waste cooking oil. In addition to training, consider posting a checklist for easy reference. 

Time to Schedule Grease Trap Cleaning and Maintenance in Mukilteo?

Count on the highly trained and experienced professionals at The Grease Group Trap Services for all your grease trap cleaning needs. We regularly assist Mukilteo business owners with holding tanks and under sink grease traps, as well as interceptor pumping. Contact us  to make an appointment or sign up for one of our service plans today! 

Professional Grease Trap Cleaning and Maintenance in Mukilteo

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Posted on December 19, 2020 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business