Asking yourself the question of “Where is My Grease Trap Located?” If so, New Orleans Grease Trap Cleaning and Cooking Oil Recycling has the answer for you!
At New Orleans Grease Trap Cleaning and Cooking Oil Recycling we frequently receive calls and emails from restaurants and commercial food establishments with the question of “Where is My Grease Trap Located?” For Orleans Parish commercial food establishments (per FOG Ordinance 16.5) it is mandatory that all food service establishments complete an annual inspection and complete routine grease trap cleanings every 90 days OR at 25% discharge into the sanitary sewer system. So if you happen to be in the dark with regard to where your grease trap or grease interceptor is located, it’s critical to figure this out sooner than later!
What are some of the more common locations for grease traps and grease interceptors in the New Orleans, LA Area?
- Under the sink grease traps and grease interceptors are generally smaller units located in food establishments such as small kitchen operations, coffee shops, child care facilities, and bar eateries.
- Above ground exterior grease taps and grease interceptors range in size depending on the application, and are generally found immediately adjacent to the commercial food establishment’s kitchen or prep area.
- In the ground interior and exterior grease traps and grease interceptors range in size and design greatly depending on the restaurant or commercial food establishment’s kitchen size and waste profile. Smaller units can be as small as 10 gallons, and larger units can range in size from 500 gallons to 10,000 gallons liquid capacity.
Need assistance in locating your grease trap or grease interceptor? Give us a shout! We would greatly appreciate the opportunity to service your grease trap cleaning needs.