Grease Trap and Interceptor Pit Management

WasteTRACK allows for generation of an unserviced generators report Potentially preventing blockages in the network Reducing maintenance costs Saves on monitoring time, allowing for the focus to be on unserviced sites.

Here’s How. . .

As a Trade Waste Officer with Inspector access in WasteTRACK, follow these steps to set up and run the Unserviced Generators Report . This saves you time and allows you to follow up those generators that aren’t being serviced on a regular basis.

  1. Edit the suburb details of each premise in your local district, and load a unique searchable set of codes for your district. The emphasis is on “Unique,” do not enter, for instance, HCC as this could be used by multiple entities. Contact the WasteTRACK Administrator for your area’s unique code.

For instance:

  • Timaru GT (Timaru Grease Trap)
  • Timaru OI (Timaru Oil Interceptor)
  • Timaru SWD (Timaru Storm Water Device)
  • Timaru Multi (Timaru Multiple devices on site)


  1. Once all generators have a code against them then we can search for just these specific codes. For example if grease traps are a minimum 3 monthly service, oil interceptors are serviced 6 monthly and Storm water devices are serviced yearly, the search on each “suburb” type is run to establish which sites are overdue.
  2. By typing in the Suburb Code and the Date range (3 months ago until now) WasteTRACK will list those premises that have been serviced in the last 3 months. For a full list, simply add todays date as the search range and it should populate everything against the “Suburb”. For ease of checking these are listed alphabetically.

This can be replicated in any District to provide an easy to use list of treatment devices that haven’t been serviced in a set time frame.

For more information and assistance in setting this up in your area, contact either the WasteTRACK Administrator, or NZTIWF TWO’s Committee Representative.

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