How FOG Causes Congestion in Your Pipelines
We’ve all had to deal with slow or clogged drains at one time or another. It is especially common in businesses involved in the food industry due to the large amounts of fats, oils, and grease (FOG) produced in their kitchens. We’d like to help you keep clogs from FOG at bay.
Most FOG problems stem from improper disposal. Fat, oil, and grease should be collected and tossed in the trash. When you wash FOG down the drain, it hardens and sticks to the inside of your pipes when it cools. Eventually, water cannot pass through because the FOG becomes thick and impenetrable.
If you own a business, the best way to avoid drainage issues is by employing regular preventative maintenance. This means scheduling annual inspections to detect any potential problems early. You should also stay current on septic pumping and consider drain cleaning services on a routine basis. An EarthCare technician can evaluate your business and determine a good schedule for these services while staying within your budget. To get started, Contact Us or Request Service Now.
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