We have a fleet of four pump trucks. They range in size from 2500 gallons up to 4000 gallons. We can pump up to 13,300 gallons with all four trucks. We carry extra hose on our trucks. We pump septic tanks, grease traps, pump stations, waste water plants, and wineries. We can pump and haul large loads. We have maintenance contracts for grease traps and pump stations, etc. We have same day service, twenty-four hours a day, and seven days a week. Emergencies are handled first.
A septic tank should be pumped once it reaches about 25% solids. For most households, this is about every 2-4 years. Since the septic tank acts as your first line of defense by accumulating solid material and preventing it from clogging up your drainfield, it is extremely important that those materials are removed on a regular basis to ensure they do not make it down stream. Most of the time there are no signs that you have let your tank go too long between pumping until it is too late.
An inappropriately serviced grease trap / interceptor from restaurants or other food services is a significant problem for wastewater collection or sewer systems. Fats, oils, grease, and solids can solidify and congest the main pipeline that leads to the sewage. Failing to properly manage grease traps / interceptors can lead to violations as well as cause blockage that may prevent you from running your daily operations.
Forsyth Rooter Service can carry out all facets of pump station cleaning. Contact us to arrange for inclusion into our computer diary for ongoing regular inspections of your pump stations to prevent the flooding of basements, parking garages, factories and other working areas.