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If you’re about to purchase a new grease trap you need to consider more than just the initial cost of the unit.
Like any piece of industrial equipment, grease traps have costs that go far beyond the initial capital cost. In fact, over a period of many years, capital costs are likely to make up just a small percentage of the total cost of ownership for a grease interceptor.
Grease trap and grease interceptor costs fall into three categories:
Initial purchase cost
Initial purchase costs will depend on several factors, including how large a unit you need, whether you need multiple units and the type you choose.
Keep Soapy flows from Contacting Downstream Fats and Oils (Lipids)
A Long Poot or a Short Toot?
The smell was putrid, foreign, the caller said.
The strange odor, which emanated from somewhere on the college campus, stung the nostrils of the untrained and the unsuspecting.
The students wrongly assumed the awful smells were from hazardous chemicals. Someone called in a Hazmat team, and buildings were evacuated.
Food Equipment and Supplies Magazine recently sent out an E-Newsletter featuring the Trapzilla line of products. Take a moment to check out the articles below and stop by the Trapzilla website to see the award-winning animated short-film.
With more than 37 years of experience in municipal wastewater treatment, Arnold Allred knows about the problems that restaurant oil and grease can cause for wastewater collection systems and treatment plants.
Allred began his career in wastewater management in 1974, when right out of high school he landed a job “turning valves” with the City of Asheboro’s wastewater plant. He stayed with the treatment facility for 30 years, working his way to plant superintendent. After retiring from the City of Asheboro, Allred began serving as Public Works...