At Owls Hall Environment we provide and install a variety of grease traps from leading manufacturers such as Klargester and EPAS, who supplies Grease Shield. Wastewater from your kitchen contains oils and fats. Too much oil and fat can cause problems with your sewage treatment plant, particularly if you run commercial food preparation. A grease trap is an excellent way to prevent problems.
In most domestic situations you can reduce the amount of fats that you send to your sewage treatment plant by collecting cooking oil and by applying a few other simple behaviour changes.
However, if you have commercial kitchen use, you might need to consider a grease trap. After all, 70% of drain blockages in commercial kitchens are caused by a build-up of fat, oil and grease.
If you are experiencing problems with your treatment plant, see our commercial sewage treatment plant servicing page for more information on how we can help.
We provide and install the Grease Shield range of grease separators from EPAS, an efficient and effective waste solution.
EPAS are specialists in fat, oil and grease management systems and provide products for the UK’s leading pubs, restaurants, hotels and commercial caterers. Their Grease Shield design is an automatic system designed to remove grease and food from kitchen discharge.
…efficiency. The dual-removal system reduces the oil content in the discharge effluent to below 100 parts per million, which is extremely effective.
GreaseShield-GS1850 Grease Shield is extremely easy to use and maintain, as the system is the UK’s first self-maintaining automatic separator it remains clean and odourless without any additional cleaning required.
However, even though the maintenance requirements are low, before you choose and install the Grease Shield system for your business you should consider the following factors:
Call us on 01371 850537 to discuss your plans and available options.
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