This 2000 Litre Below Ground Grease Trap had an old, heavy concrete lid
Which breaks down over time and this one was leaking bad smells
We measure up to the millimetre for a new solid-top steel lid
Then erect safety fencing around the work site and commence concrete cutting to remove the lid
The old lid is removed with crow bars and a lot of elbow grease
And the old lid and rubbish is taken to the refuse centre
The new solid top steel lid is put into place
It’s lighter to remove for regular grease trap maintenance and will hold it’s shape forever
Reinforcement is in preparing for concreting
Concrete is in and securely holding the lid in place
And tidied up for a neat finish
Safety fencing stays up as the concrete fully dries
Then clean up of the site and lid
And the job is complete. Now vehicles can safely drive over the lid and maintenance is easy.
The new lid looks much better and is gas tight
No more bad smells for the business owners or patrons!