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Frequently Asked Questions

See below some of the most common questions and answers that we get.

Grease Trap Cleaning

Most municipalities regulations require you to have your grease trap or grease interceptor pumped out at least every 90 days. Pump N' Dump is here to keep your restaurant in compliance with these regulations.

The purpose of a grease trap or grease interceptor is to stop grease and food waste from entering the sewer system. This is done by capturing the waste deposited into the drain, the liquid effluent, in the separation basin. The effluent in the trap cools the grease to room temperature, solidifying it. Grease is lighter than water, so it floats to the and is trapped. Foods and solids, which are heavier than water, settle at the bottom.

How does a septic system work?

Plumbing from your dwelling goes into the septic tank by gravity. The septic tank holds the liquid and solids that come from your residential home or commercial business. Once in the tank, the liquid effluent separates from the solids and leaves a crust at the top and solids settle at the bottom. From the tank, the liquid is dispersed into the drain field by gravity or by a pump station for absorption.

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Pump N’ Dump (PND Construction) is a locally owned, licensed, certified, and insured company. Pump N’ Dump (PND Construction) services both Residential and Commercial properties. Our services include but are not limited to Environmental, Plumbing, Electrical, Full Construction, Handyman, and Emergency Services. We are a full service company from start to finish. No job is too small or too large. With multiple crews and techs, we are here to provide you with the services that you need in a timely and professional manner.

Pump N' Dump Service Areas:
Volusia, Seminole, Orange, Flagler, and Lake Counties.