Grease Trap


Grease traps, also known as grease interceptors, converters, catchers, grease recovery/management devices, or FOG traps, have been around for over a century. Restaurants, cafes, takeaways, pubs, taverns, and inns, hotels, schools and colleges, and bakeries are just a few of the places where they’re used. R & R Construction, Inc. has been installing grease trap systems for many decades in various commercial premises. Our grease traps include strainers that gather solid debris, reducing the number of materials that sink at the bottom of the trap.

We install different types of grease traps including Passive hydromechanical (manual) grease traps, Automatic grease traps, and Gravity grease traps. Our grease trap is the greatest plumbing device (a sort of trap) designed to collect most greases and sediments before they enter a wastewater disposal system.


Cleaning and maintaining your grease trap is critical to ensuring that it continues to function properly. These basic devices are used in many industrial kitchens and prevent grease from running into the sewer system, protecting drains and wastewater systems. Grease traps are used to prevent fat, oil, and grease (FOG) waste from entering the sewer system. By hardening and blocking lines, this type of trash may wreak havoc on sewer and garbage systems. Your system will not function well if the grease trap is not cleaned properly, and it may even back up. This can cause foul odors and is quite unclean.

Grease traps should be cleaned every one to three months, depending on the size of the establishment and the amount of grease created. The professional team at R & R Construction, Inc. is ready to help you by all means. We offer grease trap cleaning, repair, or servicing at convenient schedules at the most affordable rates.