Grease Trap 101

New to restaurant management and maintenance or just need a refresher about how to stay clog-free and in compliance? Burns Septic TLC can help, with scheduled maintenance and some basics of how grease traps should work. Let us help you keep the doors open to customers.
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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find my septic tank?


Your County Health Department’s Well and Septic Division may know where your septic is located or you could contact your builder. Generally, your septic tank is located on the opposite side of the house from your well. Either a metal or white plastic pipe will be sticking out of ground,  and some will have a concrete lid next to it.

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