Grease Trap Cleaning Clare, Limerick, Galway

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Grease Trap Cleaning and Emptying

CES Environmental Services are specialists in Grease Trap Cleaning Clare, Limerick, and Galway serving a large client base of Hotels, Pubs, Restaurants, Schools and Golf Courses.

Grease Traps require cleaning on a regular basis. This is to ensure 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 wastewater system.  Food establishments must keep FOG’s out of the Sewer systems.

Collecting grease residues from grease traps, we transport the waste to an authorized facility where the grease will be recycled or broken down further.

CES Environmental provide our clients with certificates of disposal according to waste management legislation. This gives out customers peace of mind in knowing that their waste has been managed appropriately. To ensure the properly maintained and efficient running of the Grease Trap CES provide maintenance contracts.

CES Environmental offer excellent service contracts at very competitive rates. CES Environmental dispose of all grease at an authorised compost facility. We provide before and after pictures of your grease trap. Also on completion of a job, we supply disposable certificates.

CES Environmental Services provide an out of hours service at no extra cost so no disturbance is caused to your business while carrying out our work.

Grease Traps Ireland

At CES Environmental Services, we are dedicated to providing top-notch grease trap cleaning services throughout Clare, Limerick, and Galway. Our clientele includes a diverse range of establishments such as hotels, pubs, restaurants, schools, and golf courses. Regular cleaning of grease traps is crucial to maintain their optimal functionality and minimize odours. This process is essential because waste materials like fats, oils, and greases (FOG) from food service establishments cannot be processed by the wastewater system and must be kept out of sewer systems.


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