MISSISSAUGA,ON, July 10, 2012 /CNW/ - Green Turtle is proud to announce
that the Proceptor® line of grease interceptors has been certified by the Canadian
Standards Association (CSA) to CSA Standard B481.1-07. Proceptor® represents the cutting edge in fats, oils and grease (FOG) management,
as well as unparalleled peace of mind regulatory compliance by virtue
of its long-proven patented flow design and tank shape, first brought
to market as the Proceptor line of fiberglass grease interceptors
nearly twenty years ago.
Proceptor® is the only CSA certified grease interceptor to have a flow capacity of
more than 50 gpm, and is particularly useful where designers need to
add in several fixtures having a combined flow capacity of more than 50
gpm. Green Turtle has certified Proceptors® as large as 300 gallons that have large grease holding capacities and
save restaurant owners maintenance costs by requiring fewer clean-outs.
Installation options are nearly limitless as Proceptor® can be installed above ground, in the kitchen, in basements, in parking
garages, or buried in the floor or outside the building. Fully H-20
Traffic rated, and available with secure cast iron covers or skid-proof
fiberglass lids, Proceptor® is the most flexible CSA certified grease interceptor on the market.
Backed by Green Turtle's industry-leading 30 year warranty, owners of
Proceptor® can be confident in the knowledge they have installed the last grease
interceptor they will ever need and that the cycle of replacement of
failing metal traps will be forever eliminated. The result is lower
total cost of ownership and increased ROI.
Proceptor® is available for immediate purchase and delivery. You can learn more
About Green Turtle
Green Turtle® is a leading provider of point-source wastewater
pretreatment solutions for commercial, institutional and industrial
applications. With almost 20 years of direct experience in effluent
water management and environmental problem-solving, our technology and
expertise help customers meet sanitary sewer regulations while
protecting the watershed, public health and communities.
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