Grease Trap interceptors must be in all Commercial Food processing premises. An interceptor separates Fats, Oils and greases (FOGs) from water. This prevents the FOGs from entering the waste water system. This is important as FOGs can congeal solidify into a hard mass and lead to blocked drains contaminating the waste water system.
Grease Trap License
Waste from grease traps is classified as a controlled waste, and are part of the Trade Effluent License.
A waste permit holder is required to remove Grease to a Licensed Treatment facility . In the event of an inspection proper records in relation to their emptying, cleaning and disposal of grease must be kept.
We at CES Environmental Services provide a Waste Disposal Certificate on completion of every service outlining our Waste Permit Number (a copy our permit is available on request) and the facility where the grease will be disposed of on completion. CES Environmental Services will clean your kitchen trap / Interceptor thoroughly and efficiently. We complete a Method Statement/Risk assessment for each job.
Regular cleaning is extremely important. As grease can build up very quickly and cleaning ensures that it stays in good working order with Minimum Odours. Waste, fats, oils and greases (FOG) from food service establishments cannot be treated in the waste water system. Therefore these FOGs must be kept out of the waste water systems.
We at CES Environmental Services offer excellent service contracts at very competitive rates. On completion you can be safe in the knowledge that your business will meet required standards.
Contact us regarding all your requirements.
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