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 Are grease traps a fixture?

Answer Grease traps are fixtures used by restaurants to stop grease, oil, fat and other such debris from entering municipal sewer systems, according to Keidel.com. These traps are typically installed by ... Read More »
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How do I clean grease traps for restaurants?

Commercial Grease TrapsCheck local regulations to see how often grease traps should be cleaned. Remove the cover of your trap, making sure that you do not ruin the gasket. Using a ladle remove the ... Read More »
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Are grease traps required in commercial kitchens?

In most localities, yes, a grease trap is a requirement in commercial kitchens. The health department in each state determines the specific requirements. In general, if a restaurant disposes of gre... Read More »
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How To Wire a Second Lighting Fixture into an Existing Lighting Fixture?

Adding an additional light to your existing old light fixture is a convenient way to add more light to a normally dark area. For example, a long hallway might have a single light at one end, while ... Read More »
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At what grease level is it the proper time to pump out a grease trap?

A grease trap is a system that many cities require to be installed in restaurants and other places with public kitchens. It removes grease from waste water, preventing it from being added to the wa... Read More »
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