What is it?
Sample wells are designed in such a way that allows you to take a look and possibly a sample of your waste stream. They are typically set up right after your grease,
grit or lint trap. The man hole is typically smaller than the lids you have for cleaning (pumping) your trap. The cover for your sample well, if you have one, is normally within a few feet of your trap.
Inspectors look at your sample well and you should too. This is a window to your grease trap soul! If you see grease caked to the walls of yous sample well or you see particulate floating in your waste stream you probably need to pump out more frequently. Remember, it is better to figure this out on your own rather than being told by an inspector to do it. It keeps them happy and that should make your life easier as well. (no ticket means no ticket, no court, no fine etc)
Call us for a sample well inspection