California Pumping & Sanitation is a licensed, bonded and insured company that provides professional septic services. We offer reliable residential septic services, grease trap services, and pumping and sewer services in San Bernardino, Riverside County, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, and Ventura counties. Whether you need help with pumping septic tanks, cleaning sink traps, installing clarifiers or conducting percolation tests, we can help. Let us do all the planning for you, pull your permits, and more!
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A clarifier is a tank that collects all the water used at a commercial or industrial facility and filters it before allowing it to enter the public sewer system. This process helps reduce the levels of toxic suspended solids from entering the public sewer.
Owning all our equipment allows us to cut out the middle man, giving you the advantage to get the lowest price without taking away quality personal service. We are licensed, bonded and insured to install/replace all necessary parts to any septic system. We can repair/ replace/ install: Septic tanks, seepage pits, cesspools, leech lines, Advanced waste water systems, low nitrate systems and certified to install AdvanTex Treatment systems along with Nortvenco Singular Systems.
The grease interceptor serves the function of a filter separating fats, oils and grease from liquids. This prevents grease from entering the public sewer line. Waste flows from the restaurant into the first chamber where most solids get trapped before the baffle wall. At the end of the tank, there is another small tank attached, called a Sample box. The sample box is where city inspectors will test to check for proper and adequate maintenance.
The grease interceptor serves the function of a filter separating fats, oils and grease from liquids. This process prevents grease from entering the public sewer line. Waste flows from the restaurant or kitchen into the first chamber where most solids are trapped in this chamber by the baffle wall. There is a crossover tee strategically placed in the center of the baffle wall enabling water to enter the secondary side of the tank. At the end of the tank there is a small compartment attached called the Sample box. The sample box is
Septic Basics The idea that your home is on a septic system may be a scary one, but there is no need to panic. Septic systems are safe and most problems can be avoided with proper maintenance. It is important to be well informed and educated about your septic system and we hope you can find answers to your concerns here on our site. If you ever have any questions drop us a line anytime.