Your drain lines can become restricted or blocked from floating grease and fats that coagulate on the roof and walls of your pipes or from sugar and starch, which settle and harden on the bottom of the drain line. This may cause backups or flow-throughs, creating pollution, fines, and unplanned expenses.
When FOG is dumped down the drain, it forms large, thick grease balls that clog pipes. Clogged pipes can result in sewer backups and spills that shut down establishments and tarnish the reputation of a business.
Filtering your cooking oil extends its life, thereby reducing the amount of oil being dumped and lowering your oil replacement costs. Removing free-floating oil from wash water before it goes down your drain will reduce the strain on your grease trap or interceptor, minimize pump-out requirements, and add to oil recycling efficiency!
EnviroLogik’s® services, equipment, and “probiotics for your business” can dramatically reduce or eliminate drain line clogs and maintenance costs for your business!