The Biotech range of GNS Grease Traps works through a simple two-chamber tank where wastewater enters the primary chamber and debris settles. The wastewater then flows into the gravity separation chamber where grease and oil rise to the surface.
A low-level pipe removes the separated water from the secondary chamber and releases it to the drainage system. The surface layer of grease will remain inside the tank until it is removed by a Waste Disposal company.
What are Grease Traps
A grease trap is a tank that receives wastewater containing fats, oils, and greases (FOG). The tank separates and traps FOG while allowing partially clarified wastewater to flow downstream for additional treatment.
It is designed for both commercial and industrial applications and is available for a variety of business sizes.
Grease traps are designed for restaurants, hotels, shopping malls, and fast-food outlets.