New Grease Disposal Customers

New Grease Disposal Customers

Are you concerned about storm water run-off? If you’re in charge of an industrial facility, a parking lot, or another type of vehicle storage area, you have to be concerned about oil and grease removal in storm water. Read on for an easy solution to your problem.

And a big problem it is. Oil and grease can cause some serious contamination of the ground water, and if your facility is traced as the source, you’ll be in trouble with the EPA.

Besides, it’s the right thing to do to protect the ground water from noxious substances.

So think about your parking lot or another type of storage area where a lot of vehicles of various sorts are kept, from trucks to forklifts to cars. These vehicles have one thing in common… they often leak, especially oil and other fluids. And whatever fluids they leak, if they’re not caught and cleaned up immediately, they’ll end up sitting on the surface of the parking lot, waiting for the next rainfall.

And as soon as that rainfall comes, they’re swept up in storm water run-off, and off into the ground water they go. Unless…

Yes, unless you take action to prevent this. Here’s how:

As you know, oil and water don’t mix easily. This is a big advantage when it comes to oil and grease removal in storm water. This, and one key ingredient.

The drain guard storm drain filter insert. It’s a miracle worker. It will neatly remove any oil and grease and let the water flow right through. And not only that — it’ll also remove all kinds of debris.

The best thing — it’s easy to use! Just insert it into your drains and it does it’s clean-up work basically on autopilot. But will it fit? It’s designed to fit most catch basins, so chances are excellent that it will fit yours as well.

Fortunately, it also has a fairly high capacity — depending on size, it can hold between nearly a gallon and about 1.3 gallons of oil before it is saturated. It can also hold sediment — up to 40 lbs.

So it will last for a while, but not forever, so you do need to keep extras at hand, in case your first one fills up.

As you shop for them, be sure to look for the exact kind you need. Some of them are better for catching debris, and others specialize in oil and grease removal. Mostly, they do both, at least to varying degrees.

Just go to a reputable vendor and they’ll help you figure out which one is right for you.

And it’s definitely going to worth it to get the right one — it will make a potential big problem something that’s going to be easy to take care of.