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Serving Santa Cruz, Watsonville
Soquel and Surrounding Areas
831-475-0959
Serving Santa Cruz, Watsonville
Soquel and Surrounding Areas
831-475-0959

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3 Frequently Encountered Grease Trap Issues

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Restaurants rely on grease traps to ensure that their plumbing systems remain working the way they should. Without a grease trap, fat, cooking oil, and grease would soon lead to the formation of clogs in your pipes. Such clogs, in turn, would lead to the need for expensive repairs, while potentially preventing your restaurant from running as normal.

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Why You Shouldn't Bother With Septic Tank Additives

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When owning a septic system, you may find the idea of additives to be very convenient. All you have to do is introduce additives, and they'll do all the work for you, right? But the truth is that additives will usually do little or nothing to help your septic tank, and you will still need to have solids pumped from your tank. 

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Restaurant Owners, Are You Caring for Your Grease Trap Properly?

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It's no secret that sending grease down the drain is terrible for your plumbing and the public sewer system. This concern is even more marked in restaurant kitchens where large amounts of cooking grease are produced. Equipping your restaurant kitchen with a grease trap or grease interceptor stops this grease from flowing into the main sewage line.

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New to Septic Tank Ownership? This FAQ Will Help!

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Homeowners who are new to septic tank ownership often have questions about the way their tank functions, what septic tanks need in order to continue functioning properly and what a failing septic tank looks like. Knowing the answers to these questions can help you take care of your septic tank and avoid costly, inconvenient septic tank problems.

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4 Factors That Affect How Much Your Septic System Can Handle

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Septic systems are hardworking wastewater treatment systems that allow homeowners with private wells to treat wastewater independent of a city sewer system. If you live out in the country where you can't get a sewer hookup anyway, septic may be virtually your only practical choice for wastewater treatment.

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