Green FOGS specialises in supplying and maintaining quality grease traps for the both commercial and private sectors. We have over 50 years’ collective industry experience and we can guarantee excellent service at competitive prices.
We specialise in commercial sized, high rise building grease interceptor maintenance, as well as deep basement placements. We remediate the more common variety grease traps and compile a custom made grease trap maintenance solution for every site. Our fleet of trucks range from 6000L to 15 000L and can meet any requirements you may have.
Specialists in Grease Traps and Grease Trap Maintenance
Grease Traps have many names, such as grease interceptors, grease recovery devices, grease converter, fat trap and oil separators, only to name a few. The main purpose of a grease trap is to intercept most greases and solids, before they can enter a wastewater disposal system. These grease traps can be located above the ground, below ground, inside the kitchen or outside of the building.
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Grease is one of the primary causes of blockages, backups, and overflows in a wastewater collection systems. High-viscosity greases harden when cooled down, which can not only overwhelm the wastewater treatment facilities, but can also block up your drainage systems and cause overflows and sewage problems. Essentially grease traps are put in place to capture most of the FOG’s before they reach the sewer systems. The grease trap will severely reduce, if not eliminate, the build-up of FOG’s in your sewer system. Grease traps allow you to be proactive, providing you with a solution for a problem you won’t even realize exists.
The importance of having a grease trap
Legislation which controls storage, handling, treatment, transport, disposal:
National Environmental Management Act (Act 107 of 1998) Environmental Conservation Act 73 of 1989 Hazardous Substances Act 15 of 1973 The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996 DWAF Minimum Requirements