Grease traps have been made compulsory by the government in restaurants and food processing industries to remove solids, grease, and oils present in waste water before it gets discharged into the common waste water disposal system. The waste water generated from restaurants contain high amounts of viscous fat and cooking grease, which, if released untreated, combine with other solids present in the main waste water stream and lead to blockage of drain pipes.
Emvees supply and install the grease traps specified below:
- Type-A Grease Trap.
- Type-B Grease Trap.
- Type-C Grease Trap.
- Type-D Grease Trap.
Grease traps reduce the amount of fat, oil, and grease that enters the sewer lines. They can be installed underground, above the ground, inside the kitchen, or outside the building. They only have the kitchen waste water flowing through them and do not serve any other drainage system (such as toilets). The grease traps deal with bad odour, sanitation problems, and drain back up among others.