Grease Trap Waste Management

The safe and effective handling of liquid waste requires an exceptional level of experience, care and attention to detail. There are several key economic and environmental benefits to using grease traps. The main economic benefit is that sewers will require fewer maintenance and repairs when grease traps are used. Since warm grease will cool once inside the sewer system, it can build up, create blockages and cause sewage backups and flooding to businesses, surrounding areas and local rivers.  Therefore, it’s extremely economically beneficial to use a grease trap and to service it properly and regularly.

From an environmental perspective, the benefits of using grease traps to collect and recycle grease are crucial. The liquid waste that is cleaned out of grease traps doesn’t end up in our ocean.  Grease traps and grease trap pumping reduces the amount of damaging runoff into our oceans and water catchment areas.

We offer grease trap collections so your business can dispose of its kitchen fats, oils and other wastes that cannot otherwise be discharged down the drain. It’s our job to create smart waste management solutions that save you time and money. We take care of the complex regulations and strict government requirements so you can keep your household or business running smoothly.

Liquid waste

Coolant

Our highly experienced team can safely collect, treat and correctly dispose or recycle your coolant.

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Septic tanks

Septic and sewage tank waste cleaning, maintenance and disposal services to suit your budget and septic tank.

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Wastewater

We separate, collect, treat and dispose of water containing human or animal metabolic waste from commercial activities such as food and agriculture, and irrigation.

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Our vision goes deeper than recycling

A staggering 9 million tonnes of plastic ends up in the world’s oceans each year, and land-based waste is the greatest polluter. This ocean debris affects about 700 marine species, some of which are now endangered.

To help turn the tide on plastic pollution, Wanless eco(logical) is investing in Australia’s oceans.