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Hydro-Clean Services, Inc. carries a full line of Vent-A-Hood Grease Baffle Filters.  Our experts can get you the right filter every time. Contact us at 409-832-3411or Click Here for pricing or to place an order.
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Rooftop Solutions

Until Grease Gutter, rooftop grease control products were too difficult to service and proper maintenance was discouraged. Grease Gutter is your SIMPLE SOLUTION!
  • Mounts off roof to avoid hidden contact damage 
  • Compact design doesn't interfere with service providers 
  • Economical to purchase and maintain 
  • Constructed with UL approved materials 
With a series of safety and environmental issues facing the restaurant industry by state and federal government agencies, it’s more important than ever to get rooftop grease under control.
 
Now, businesses just like yours can be held responsible for polluted storm water systems, clogged sewers and sewer spills caused from fats, oil and grease.
 
 So who is requiring you to keep grease off your roof?
  • The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 
  • The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 
  • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 
  • Fire Marshalls 
  • Health Departments 
  • Insurance Underwriters 
  • Landlords 
If your business generates or discharges Fats, Oils or Grease you’re faced with the EPA’s Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and Best Management Practices (BMP’s) to manage contaminated storm water runoff.

What You Should Know about Rooftop Grease Damage
 
As a restaurant owner, you are required to be compliant with state and federal requirements. This means you’re responsible for controlling the run-off of Fats, Oils and Grease spilling onto rooftops and into storm water drainage systems.
 
What about the financial impact of grease and oil on your roof?
You could have a $300,000 problem sitting on your roof, right now, and not even know it. 


It’s understandable that most of these issues go unnoticed. With everything else on a business owners mind, rooftop grease control is probably at the bottom of the list. Until there’s an accident.
 
For just a minute, let’s explore how far the damage spreads when your rooftop is contaminated with grease:
  • Rooftop failure and damage 
  • Interior damage 
  • Fire, Health and Safety hazards 
  • Environmental issues 
  • Fines 
  • Insurance Costs 
  • Legal Liabilities 
And that’s just the beginning. Think about the impact this would have on your business if the word spread through your local community. Consumers are more conscious about food safety and environmental issues today than ever.
 
As a food service provider your facility may be subject to unnecessary liabilities, rooftop safety hazards and code violations. Grease and oil emitted onto your rooftop by your kitchen exhaust fans result in unnecessary roof leaks, costly roof repairs, unsafe work areas and even worse— FIRE. Not only are grease and oil the source of roof deterioration, they are also extremely flammable. Over 98% of all restaurant fires are due in part to kitchen exhaust grease and oil. A spark can travel through the exhaust system to the roof surface resulting in extensive damage to your property and investment.
 

Grease Gutter Insert
 
Omni Containment Systems replacement absorbents are engineered to prevent roof top grease discharge damage.
 
Our absorbent replacement products are manufactured using 100% recycled Hydrophobic materials and bio-degradable grease neutralizers. This means that they ONLY absorb exhaust fan grease discharge not precipitation, making them extremely effective, as well as environmentally friendly.
  • Absorbs ONLY fat based oils (not precipitation) 
  • Proprietary additive "neutralizes" the grease when contained 
  • Contains up to 5 gallons of ventilator grease discharge 
  • Durable, flame and U.V. resistant outer skin 
  • Fast, easy, mess free to maintain
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