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KTLA 5 Features Triple A Pumping
February 3, 2012
Mike Henry and Staff from Triple A Pumping are featured on KTLA 5 speaking on the reasons why you should recycle your holiday meal grease rather than sending down the drain. Check the interview and feature here: http://www.ktla.com/videogallery/66239727/News/KTLA-Holiday-Grease-Why-Recycle-Grease-9am#gl-4 Don’t be … Continue reading
December 8, 2010
As a proprietor in the food service industry, you probably are aware of the recent changes in the government regulated guidelines regarding the operation, cleaning and maintenance of grease traps, interceptors and the waste kitchen oil removal. These regulation have … Continue reading
Triple A Pumping & Jetting Services is one of California’s leading providers of recycling, and waste kitchen grease recovery solutions to the states food industry, converting valuable waste streams into sustainable feed and fuel products.
Since 1965 Triple A has been dedicated to providing the best of service to its customers with the best trained technicians and state of the art equipment. Today the services Triple A Provides its customers are even more essential to society as a means to protect animal and human health, reduce wastes going into landfills, and to avoid greenhouse gas production.
Interceptors are large underground devices usually located outside the restaurant and connected to the restaurant’s outgoing sewer drainage system. These large tanks have heavy manhole-like covers that are difficult to access for inspection.
Grease Traps aka Box Traps
These are small devices hooked directly to the outgoing drains of sinks and dishwashers and are usually located inside the restaurant. Because they hold small quantities of captured grease, these traps must be frequently emptied and cleaned and the grease properly discarded to prevent grease overflow into the sewer system.