You can always call B & S Port-O-Jons to professionally vacuum, pump, and haul the liquid waste from your grease traps catch basins, and other liquid waste receptacles. You can always expect a thorough cleaning from us.
Hardened grease will also be removed and foul odors will be eliminated. You won’t face any safety issues. When your waste is ready to be hauled away, we’ll dispose it at a licensed and approved facility. You can count on us to follow all federal, state, and local regulations.
You can set up a regular maintenance schedule for your convenience or call whenever you need us! You’ll always receive high-quality commercial grease trap cleaning from B & S Port-O-Jons!
If your septic tank needs to be pumped, you can give our team a call – we’re TCEQ certified, licensed by the state, and insured. Rely on us to always take your septic needs seriously, and are always committed to your satisfaction. Emergency services available.
Please note that your septic tank must be easily located, uncovered, reachable (maximum distance is 70 ft.), and that the pathway to the septic tank is not obstructed by fences, trees, or electrical lines.
Receive the high-quality maintenance services your home or business needs at budget-friendly prices!
Keep tree & brush at least 15' away from your septic system to keep root systems from restricting flow
Educate your family as to proper use of the system
Check for faucet leaks; It is estimated one leaky faucet can waste up to 700 gallons per year
Set up and adhere to a sound system of inspecting & cleaning
Install risers if needed; if the tank is more than a foot below ground level, simplify inspection and cleaning by installing a riser just below ground level
Use boiling water or drain snake to open clogs
Minimize use with garbage disposals
Keep accurate records pertaining to location & cleaning of the system in your permanent house file so that this information can be
passed on to the next owner.
Don't do all of your laundry in one day; space it out
Don't put a lot of water into the system at one time; use water sparingly & teach children to do the same
Don't allow excess amounts of fat & grease to enter system; it can congeal and cause obstructions
Don't flush paper towels or other heavy matter
Don't use chemical compounds or septic tank cleaners, they can hinder it more than help it
Don't use large amount of detergents,soaps, bleaches, drain cleaners, etc.
Don't discharge any water treatment into septic system
Don't flush the following items, as they can destroy the biological digestion taking place within the system, clog pipes and clog pumps: baby wipes, hair combings, coffee grounds, dental floss, food wrappers, disposable diapers, cat litter, feminine products, cigarette butts, latex products, gauze bandages, fat, grease, oil, paper towels, excessive garbage disposal waste, hazardous materials & NEVER FLUSH CHEMICALS THAT COULD CONTAMINATE GROUND AND SURFACE WATER