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Fat & Grease Trap Emptying

Pellows have one of the few mobile water treatment plants in the UK. It is revolutionising water treatment by reducing costs and minimising environmental impact.

- Tony Martin, Proprietor

Oil and Grease Disposal

100% Cornish. Cornwall's longest standing liquid waste disposal company

Pellows provide comprehensive services and maintenance for all types of fat traps and grease traps in Cornwall and Devon; ensuring that they are working effectively, are cleaned and decontaminated of any toxic substances.

We offer a fast, friendly and efficient service in Cornwall and Devon including:

  • Fatberg Removal
  • Grease Trap Cleansing
  • Regular Grease Trap Collection & Cleaning
  • Removal and Disposal Of Waste
  • Waste Collection & Removal For Commercial & Domestic

Why choose us?

Whether you are a domestic or commercial customer, we can deliver a solution. With our extensive list of customers and clients over the years we've established quite a reputation from the average householder to the restaurant entrepreneur.

In a commercial kitchen, we understand your legal obligation to provide a safe, sanitary and hygienic environment for both your staff and customers. With our experience and capability, we can offer the most efficient and professional service whatever the size or location of your fat trap, across Devon and Cornwall. Whether you require a regular maintenance schedule or a simple clean, we offer a variety of options and choices.

Why you need us?

It is extremely important to regularly service and clean fat traps. Not only is it imperative to ensure that they are fully functional, but over time, they can become toxic and hazardous. Scrap food which can sometimes get deposited in fat traps start to release toxic gasses, such as sulphate, during the rotting process. This combined with water can actually react and attack mild steel and concrete, meaning that if left, the entire fat trap would need replacing proving both more costly and time consuming than a regular maintenance schedule.