Introduction

Our experienced engineers conduct maintenance on your existing grease management equipment such as grease traps. You will receive a comprehensive report recommending any necessary repairs that we can carry out in a cost-effective manner. In the event of existing issues, we can cleanse and remove fats, oils and grease and recommend solutions to prevent recurrences. We have the knowledge and experience to advise and install grease traps in the required locations.

Key Benefits

  • Avoid costly repairs and potential fines by carrying out regular servicing and maintenance on your grease traps
  • Prevent fats, oils and grease from entering and blocking drains by installing grease traps
  • You will receive a comprehensive report with proof of works and recommendations for improvements with every job
  • Avoid the downtime associated with poor grease management

Why Choose Green Spark

We have an experienced engineering team with extensive knowledge in drainage maintenance and investigative repair.  We can fully service and repair grease traps to ensure you do not have costly issues associated with poor grease management.  All drainage issues are fully investigated by our experienced and dedicated team and we are ideally placed to cleanse and remove fats, oils and grease and advice on improvements like installing grease traps.

Contact Us

Get in touch with Green Spark today and see how we can help you with pollution risk management, environmental services and fuel quality management.

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