Grease Trap Info

This is how your grease trap system works:

Grease traps prevent your kitchen grease from entering the sewer systems.

Your kitchen’s complete plumbing system, including sinks, dishwashers, floor drains and mop-sinks, drain into the grease trap system.

Wastewater flows into either an interior or exterior (usually in-ground) grease trap system. A baffle covers the inlet and outlet of the trap, keeping the grease in.

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Grease floats to the top of the grease trap, while solids settle to the bottom. The trap must be vacuum-pumped regularly by a skilled service provider to remove the contents. Clean water then continues to flow into your sewer or septic tank.

If you have any questions about your grease trap system, contact your area professionals at Brooks Grease Service!

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Contact Information

Brooks Grease Service Inc.

Toll Free: 800-828-2438

Tulsa, OK: 918-836-1772

Oklahoma City, OK: 405-427-6657

Little Rock, AR: 501-315-6700

Wichita, KS: 316-721-6700

Kansas City, KS: 816-741-3300

St.Louis, MO: 314-351-6488

Joplin, MO: 417-793-6999

Springdale, AR: 479-713-0100

Denver, CO : 720-878-1772