In any restaurant, the kitchen is often the most important part of the business. That’s because it’s where the magic happens. Everyone walking into a restaurant is there to eat.
Keeping your restaurant’s kitchen clean and healthy at all times is obviously a requirement. Continue reading “The Dangers of a Clogged Grease Trap”
On specific days, like Christmas or Valentines Day, restaurants can see an unusual amount of traffic. Not to mention, people love going out to eat during the summer time.
As a restaurant owner, you must be adequately prepared for these busy times. Preparations for peak seasons include prepping the kitchen, staff and restaurant appliances so it is all ready for the numerous customers. Continue reading “Preparing Grease Traps for Restaurant Peak Seasons”
The purpose of this article is not to tell you exactly how much it would cost for Greasecycle to pump out a trap. If you want a quote for our service, please give us a call. Rather, the purpose of this article is to give you a rough idea of the industry average of grease trap pumping prices in North Carolina. My hope is that this knowledge will be a roadmap for you, as you draw up your budget and speak with potential grease vendors. Continue reading “How Much Does Grease Trap Cleaning Cost?”
Fats, oils, and grease wastes are very common in commercial restaurant establishments. Even though they are common, disposing of them can be a little bit problematic.
Once they cool off, they transform into a viscous, semi-solid state which can present a huge problem. If your restaurant produces grill run off, you have a rotisserie or deep fryer, you need to make sure that you have a used fryer oil recycling company drop off a bin that you can dump these fatty mixtures into.
It’s important that you have a trusted oil recycling vendor and educate your staff on what needs to into the recycling receptacle. Once you have done this, you’ll also need a grease interceptor to catch the grease and food solids that go down your sink drain.
The grease trap does what its name suggests: it traps the grease. On top of trapping the grease, it also traps the food solids that go down the drain as well. Check out this post for more info on the function of a grease trap. As the grease and solids accumulate in the grease trap, it stops being as efficient. The result is backups into your kitchen or parking lot, and possibly backups in the sewer system. Both instances are bad for your restaurant. So let’s talk about cleaning your grease trap.
If you don’t already have a grease trap, check out this post Installing a Grease Trap.If you do have one and you want to find out how to clean it, please read on.
Continue reading “A Comprehensive Guide on Restaurant Grease Trap Cleaning”