Restaurant floor drain is backed up – why?
Is there greasy or soapy water coming out of your floor drain in your kitchen? This is less than zero fun for your staff! What’s going on here?
All restaurant plumbing configurations are different… especially in old cities like Boston. Generally there is a back up down stream of where the floor drain connects with other drain pipes. Because the floor drain is the lowest, it will start to overflow first. This does not necessarily mean that kitchen staff has put material down the floor drain to cause the back up. The material causing the back up could be from a sink or dishwasher drain in the kitchen – most likely grease is the culprit!
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