A grease trap is typicall small and located under or near a sink. it should be cleaned regularly based on your establishment's needs. Cleaning the trap is a simple procedure that can take little time. Traps can be cleaned by in-house staff or by a licensed grease hauler or recycler. The interval between cleaning depends on the individual establishment. A good rule of thumb is to clean the trap weekly. If the trap is more than 50% full of solids when cleaned weekly, increase the frequency of cleaning. Management should witness or inspect the cleaning to ensure it is done properly.
Always follow the cleaning requirements outlined in Part 29: Section 29.3.5 . Generally, this includes:
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