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Commercial Septic Services

Restaurants & Kitchens

Routine septic pumping service is the key to maintaining a healthy septic system. There is no way to avoid sludge build up, but regular servicing helps keep it at a manageable level. Your septic system must be cleaned properly on a regular basis to ensure that your system remains at a healthy liquid balance. Regular septic pumping service will help to identify potential problems that could be lurking under the surface. Our technicians are trained to spot warning signs the home owner would not see.

Boyett’s Effortless Sanitation technicians will empty your septic tank and legally dispose of the waste. At every service, our technicians will check the inlet and outlet pipes, measure the sludge thickness, suggest service frequency and write down all of this information for you on our work order. Proper frequency of septic pumping service is a must. Septic systems are usually quite large and if not serviced properly can have grease build up that becomes hardened and will cause problems, such as back-ups and overflows outside the building, and also draining issues on the inside. As always, our service technician will speak to the manager on site if possible to discuss the septic service condition and any other potential issues along with any product recommendation to help with bacterial levels.
Becoming compliant with local codes
When you own a business, it is often very helpful to local sewer and water utility companies to have an understanding of how your septic tank is working. After all, anything that goes down the drain that does not go into the septic tank will wind up in the local sewer. When sewer systems are overtaxed, the local codes may change, and this means you will be required to install a new system. Sadly, if it is not clean or maintained correctly, you could end up with unsafe environmental damage on your hands that means the closure of your business.
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The Bottom Line
When you own a restaurant, it can be difficult to understand why your business needs safe septic tank pumping. After all, as a restaurant owner, your specialization is in food and hospitality. However, it does not take very long to figure out that having professionals maintain and service your septic tank is one of the safest alternatives.
Septic tank pumping and maintenance gone wrong
Many restaurant owners do not understand that failure to empty a septic tank could result in catastrophic damage to profit margins. For instance, a septic that is full can flood during a storm. This means that this sinks or toilets may spew out raw sewage into the restaurants. Also, having no working toilets because your septic tank is full will mean that your restaurant is not ready for business. Finally, if the septic tank is not maintain or pumped, it can cause damage to the landscaping above it that may contain raw sewage.

Marine

The Law
All boats operating in US waters with permanently installed toilets are required by federal law to have on board a Marine Sanitation Device (MSD) that either stores human waste until it can be transferred ashore, or reduces the coliform count to such low levels that discharged sewage poses no public health hazard...even in populated harbors. While the MSD must satisfy Coast Guard regulations, the boat owner still has a lot of choices of product types and overall system design.
Local Laws
First, you need to familiarize yourself with the laws as they apply to your local boating area.
More than three miles from the coast it is legal to discharge raw (untreated) waste overboard, either directly from the toilet or by emptying the holding tank. We think the most sensible sanitation system design gives you the choice of both a dockside pump–out and the ability to empty the tank yourself when offshore (see illustrations below).

Inside the three–mile limit, it is illegal to dump raw sewage. In these areas, boaters may discharge waste only if it has been treated by an onboard treatment device like the Raritan Electro Scan (Type I or II MSD). Otherwise, it must be contained on board in a Type III MSD–a holding tank–and transferred ashore at a pump–out station (which, in many cases, sadly, means it will get a modest amount of treatment before finding its way back into the water).
Survey Says
In 2003 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency surveyed boaters in 15 coastal and Great Lakes states. They found that 93% had no occasion where they looked for and could not find an operational pumpout station. The EPA also surveyed marina operators in the same NDZ areas. They report that 63% of the operators' pumpout stations were functional 100% of the time 33% reported the facilities as operational between 75% and 99% of the time. Only 23% reported that boaters ever had to wait more than 15 minutes. Such waits were reported rarely or at certain times (e.g., weekends at sunset). This is consistent with their results reporting that 5% of boaters found the waiting time too long. If you're coastal cruising, it's likely you'll pass through a NDZ and so will want to plan accordingly.
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No Discharge Zones
All non–navigable inland freshwater lakes and the Great Lakes (under an agreement with Canada that predates US federal marine sanitation laws) are No Discharge Zones (NDZ) under federal law. All navigable interstate inland waterways– except for a few specifically designated NDZ such as impoundments that are municipal reservoirs–are areas where treated discharge is permitted, making Type I and II MSDs legal to use. In NDZs overboard discharge of any kind is illegal and subject to fine. This means you must have a holding tank. And in some places you may not even be allowed a Y–valve, (common in saltwater regions) between the toilet and holding tank for emergency pump–outs or a macerator to dump the tank. Installing a means of locking the Y–valve in the tank position may or may not satisfy local authorities.

A rapidly increasing number of coastal areas have been designated as No Discharge Zones. To qualify under the federal Clean Waters Act, states must show that sufficient pump–out facilities exist for boaters to empty holding tanks. Nineteen states have designated certain areas as No Discharge Zones (AZ, CA, CT, FL, GA, MA, MD, MN, MO, NC, NH, NJ, NV, NY, SC, TX, UT, VA, and WI). In Michigan, New Mexico, Rhode Island and Vermont all waters are no discharge. There remains considerable opposition to NDZs from boaters who feel both inconvenienced and unfairly singled out as sources of pollution (minuscule compared to typical sewage treatment overflow following rainstorms, runoff, industrial, etc.), but the political tide definitely favors the proliferation of NDZs.

A nod to local environmental causes
Are you interested in promoting your business as a green company? One of the best ways to do this is often the most overlooked. By cleaning and maintaining your septic tank, you ensure that no untreated waste water is introduced to local waterways. This is especially true in Florida, where everywhere is so close to the ocean and the low water table. Protecting local waterways and wildlife by keeping your grease trap and septic up to code may not be the most glamorous way to save the planet, but imagine if everyone neglected this key point of public sanitation. For instance, while it may seem like a simple pool of water above your flooded sewer system, this water can harm local wildlife that come to drink from it. For all of these reasons, do the right thing and talk to Boyett's Effortless Sanitation that will make your restaurant or boat the safest it can be.
Why DIY septic tank pumping is not safe
Everyone wants to save money on repairs, but septic tank and grease trap pumping are not safe DIY jobs for restaurant or boat owners. The main issues that will make the situation unsafe is the pumping of raw sewage. This toxic liquid can easily contaminate a parking lot while the system is being serviced or pumped. Obviously, a contractor like Boyett's will have a professional touch and will be able to perform these tasks with the tools and skills required. For restaurant owners, do-it-yourself septic tank maintenance also means answering the question of how you will transport and dispose of the waste liquid.

FAQ

• Do you provide documentation of grease manifest?
Yes we electronically maintain out records so if you ever need to prove compliance we have the records available. We can forward the manifest to your home or corporate office and the local authorities. Boyett’s wants to handle as many of the details as possible, alleviating your having too.

• Can you check my grease levels on a regular basis?
Yes, we have several customers from nursing homes, hospitals, restaurants and industrial and commercial concerns for which we come out monthly and measure your grease levels. The measurement is recorded and if a change in service frequency seems necessary, we will be able to advise you of that.

• Can you provide service at a time that will not interfere with my normal business operations?
Yes, we can provide service at any time you desire.

• My business has a grease interceptor. Can you service that?
Yes, we have several businesses with grease interceptors which we service. No job is too small or large.

• Are you a reputable company?
Yes, we have an excellent reputation. You can check with the BBB business of which we are an accredited member. You can also check our reviews on Angie’s List. We are a locally owned family business. We have been in business over 50 years. We are a Drug-free workplace. Our employees undergo a back ground screening. Your satisfaction with us is paramount to us. We strive for our customers to be completely satisfied.
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Boyett’s is fully insured and licensed. We are licensed by the State of Florida, and the State of Alabama. We are licensed in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa counties in Florida and in Baldwin county Alabama. If you have locations in other areas we have the ability to obtain licenses for any location.