Drains in commercial kitchens are commonly blocked by grease and fat poured down the sink.
It may look like a liquid when tipped out but when it cools, grease and fat separate from water. They float on top and stick to your pipes, quickly causing blockages.
Dirty grease traps are smelly and attract drain flies.
If your grease trap overflows or releases grease and fat into council drains this may result in your business being fined.
Paying to get this hardened sludge removed is costly. If your grease trap needs emptying before your regular service cycle you may have to wait in line before your agent can get to you.
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