Grease Trap Pumping

Commercial kitchens endure a great deal of abuse during the course of the day. Among the biggest factors that negatively impact the performance of your commercial kitchen is the disposal of grease. Many restaurant owners are not informed of grease trap requirements or best practices. If you have questions about commercial kitchens, click here for a great resource to reference.

Hot water dissolves kitchen grease and deposits it into the plumbing lines. As this water cools, the grease congeals with debris in the water. It then sticks to the interior of your pipes. If you use garbage grinders, this exacerbates the issue by adding raw food particles to the congealed grease. If you fail to clean out your grease traps and tanks, you will experience slow drainage, foul odors, and (eventually) stoppage.

Grease trap pumping and cleaning services have been our specialty since 1984. We offer scheduled grease trap cleaning and maintenance for commercial-grade kitchens throughout Massachusetts. We use the technically-advanced Conde ProVac grease trap pump, which has revolutionized grease trap cleaning by allowing us to clean out your system during business hours, with minimal odor.

Interior Grease Traps

Using the Conde ProVac, we vacuum clean your interior grease trap to prevent backup. This should be done at least quarterly by law.

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Exterior Grease Traps

Safe and durable; cost-effective; minimal downtime or disruption; prevents grease build-up in city sewer lines or from passing through to the septic tank. Regular maintenance is key.

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Bay State Customer Review

"For pumping grease out of my grease trap for my restaurant, I only use Bay State Sewage. They have me on an automatic pumping schedule and are impeccable when cleaning my grease interceptor."

Edwin C.
Raynham, MA 02767
Bristol County