A grease trap cleaning service after a hurricane or flash flood can be critical to ensure your kitchen drainage is operating properly. When a hurricane or flash flood occurs a massive influx of water rushes into the municipal sanitary sewerage system. The amount of water can be so great that local pumping stations cannot meet discharge demand, thus shocking the system entirely. As the trickle down effect occurs, commercial grease traps and in-kitchen grease interceptors within restaurants, coffee shops, etc. become stagnant with grease and food waste for days (or even weeks). And it’s this comprehensive inability to drain that causes a plethora of issues within the kitchen drainage of food establishments.
New Orleans Grease Trap Cleaning and Cooking Oil Recycling offers grease trap cleaning and used cooking oil recycling services to restaurants and commercial food establishments throughout the greater Southeast Louisiana corridor from the Mississippi state line to Baton Rouge, LA.
Do you own or operate a restaurant or commercial food establishment in the greater New Orleans or Southeast Louisiana area that was affected by flooding or water damage due to a recent storm? Are you experiencing any kitchen drainage related issues? Back-ups? Or foul smells post hurricane or flash flood? If so, we at New Orleans Grease Trap Cleaning and Cooking Oil Recycling are here to help! As we are locally owned and operated, we fully understand the challenges of getting back to operational status post disaster. We know the importance of being able to open back up quickly and efficiently, and have the equipment, manpower, and expertise to ensure the healthy operation of your grease trap and connecting plumbing lines.