The grease trap in your cafe's kitchen is a vital part of the plumbing system, as it prevents food and grease from reaching the sewer system. Unfortunately, it isn't the sort of thing that you can neglect. Like a septic tank, it requires routine maintenance to ensure that it is functioning correctly. Since a malfunctioning grease trap can lead to a failed food safety inspection, it is important to know when the trap needs cleaning.
Your septic tank can be affected by how you and your family use the various plumbing fixtures in your home. You can help prevent things like your shower from causing too many septic tank problems by following these four tips.
1. Avoid Using Water in Other Areas of the House at the Same Time
For one thing, it's not a good idea to start your dishwasher or your washing machine before you get in the shower.