"You do the cooking, we'll do the cleaning"

We provide grease trap cleaning services to restaurants and food establishments in the San Diego County area at competitive prices. 

Emergency

24 Hour Emergency Service
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Services

Deep cleaning of your grease trap or interceptor.
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FAQ

Cooking facility, traps must cleaned regularly to avoid overflow.

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About Us

We are a family owned and operated business committed to honest, efficient and friendly service.

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About Us

Eco Grease Pumping Services, Inc. is a family owned and operated business committed to honest, efficient and friendly service.

We provide grease trap cleaning services to restaurants and food establishments in the San Diego County area at competitive prices.

We make sure your grease trap is one less thing for you to worry about! As we like to say, “You do the cooking, we’ll do the cleaning!”

Services

  • Removal and legal disposal of entire contents of trap
  • Interior walls of trap scraped and rinsed to help prolong the life of your grease trap
  • Proper IKG records for city and state codes and regulations
  • Service manifests and disposal information maintained for 2 years past any Eco Grease Pumping Services grease trap service date
  • 24 Hour Emergency Services
  • Honest and reliable service

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Frequently Asked Questions

How often do I have to have my grease trap pumped?

  • Depending on the size of the trap and the volume of food solids, fats, oils and grease produced by the cooking facility, traps must cleaned regularly to avoid overflow. Business owners should consult the City of San Diego’s Wastewater Management Department (FEWD) to ensure frequency compliance

 

  • Eco Grease Pumping Services works with your facility and City recommendations to create a tailor made schedule designed to avoid overflow and possible fines.  Schedules can be adjusted according to peak times of the year

Please contact us for a quote, we would love to earn your business!

How a Grease Trap Works:

  • A grease trap or interceptor prevents food solids and grease from entering the sanitary sewer system
  • Wastewater and food solids from the cooking facility enter the trap which acts as a holding tank
  • As the wastewater cools, the food solids harden and settle to the bottom of the trap while the lighter fats, oils and grease float to the top 
  • The wastewater is forced out to the sanitary sewer and the food solids, fats, oils and grease remain in the trap and increase in volume daily

Grease Trap Maintenance Information

  • Schedule regular grease pumping services to ensure the proper removal and disposal of accumulated fats, oils, grease and solid food waste
  • Depending on the size of the trap and the volume of food solids, fats, oils and grease produced by the cooking facility, traps must cleaned regularly to avoid overflow. Business owners should consult the City of San Diego’s Wastewater Management Department (FEWD) to ensure frequency compliance
  • Avoid using bacterial products in your grease trap which may ‘fluff up’ the grease and in turn take up more space in the trap or interceptor
  • Enzyme products are NOT allowed to be used in your grease trap or interceptor.  They keep grease and oil suspended in water, which causes them to pass through the grease trap or interceptor. Enzyme products may also contribute to the corrosion  of your grease trap or interceptor

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