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Old 12-15-2011, 10:31 PM   #11
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I service the Pizza Hut here, they definitely need a 1000 gal.
And they get all their ingredients precooked on a truck. All they do is bake the pizza (if you can call it that). Amazing the amount of grease they accumulate.

I have heard it before also- "we don't use any grease. We don't need a grease trap." I no longer argue and give them the AHJ's number and tell them to give em a call.
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Dang man, no trap no money.
No trap = hydro jetter
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The city I live in takes grease traps seriously, that pizza place would be installing an inground 1,000 gallon trap.
We pretty much have to put them in all new restaurants these days.

A few cities even require grease traps for indirect drains collecting the discharge from espresso machines -- All of that milk fat was creating clogs at the spillways at our treatment plants.
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Local nursing home was saying that they dont use grease, nothing is fried due to diet restrictions. I installed a 2,500 gallon trap and had grease floating in the sample well within 30 days.
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That flour they use on the crusts needs separation...it will stop up a drain system...Ive done some Little Ceazars and the one that got away with the undersink unit requires the most service.
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We are doing a new pizza parlour in town .... and I check out the job to see what we need and there is just going to be a 3 compartment sink with a grease interceptor and a hand sink...

The guy says to me I don't know why he need a grease interceptor...

I tell him for the grease from cooking....

He tells me they really cook nothing .... everthing comes in pails already cooked....

the bacon, hamburger, everything that goes on your pizza

no wonder everything is tasting like crap lately...
That's not Pizza... It is crap!



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I service the Pizza Hut here, they definitely need a 1000 gal.
Put in two of them our town at the same time back in '89.Because they were only utensile washing they were able to get away without a grease trap.
I highly doubt they could do the same these days.
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