What is a grease trap?
Grease traps are usually located near the sink or an exit. They slow the flow of grease on a baffle and capture it as floating material. Most of the heavier material will sink to the bottom of the grease trap.

Why is grease a problem?
Sewage backups and overflow of drains, toilets and manholes are typically the result of grease build up in the drainage pipes. Fats, oils and grease in waste water can cause damage to both your business and the environment. Sewage backups can result in expensive clean-ups, property damage, and closure of your facility due to health code violations.

We can help!!!

Services we offer:

Grease Trap Cleaning
We remove the grease, sludge waste, and water from your interceptor and dispose of it so it does not clog the city sewer lines.  The walls of the trap are also scraped to remove excess grease and sludge

Drain Line Jetting:
Do you have a blockage to your sink? Is your drain running excessively slow? We can jet the line to release blockages; including debris, food waste, etc.

Currently the City of Greater Sudbury does not allow dumping of raw grease waste at their treatment facility.

Jim’s Portable Toilets and Septic Service dewaters restaurant grease trap waste on site. Check it out here!

Call us today for a free quote!
705-866-2534
705-848-0447 (Elliot Lake)
866-279-1110 (Toll free)
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Did you know that according to the City Of Greater Sudbury’s Sewer Use bylaw, Food Service Industries in Sudbury area are required to:

“Regularly clean and maintain grease interceptors to reduce foul odours and the potential for clogged sewer lines.”

And,

“Customers who do not comply with the by-law are liable for a fine of up to $50,000 per day for a first offence.” http://www.greatersudbury.ca