When you think about providing power for your company, you probably consider your electrical supply and how many power points you have dotted around your premises. While much of your company work will be dependent on the electrical system, there will still be many tasks that need to take place somewhere that the electricity does not supply. Perhaps your team will be working on a building site or travelling on the road?
The grease trap is one of the vital components of the commercial kitchen. Since a commercial kitchen produces food in large volumes, it also makes a lot of waste food containing grease in the process. If the oil were to flow down the drainage system, it would lead to clogs and blockages that would create a health hazard in your kitchen.
Many people forget to clean their grease traps, and if the trap goes out of commission, you might be forced to shut down your commercial kitchen for a while.