Cranebrook X-Roads complex includes a new Shell Service Station and McDonalds restaurant conveniently located at the intersection of Cranebrook Rd and Londonderry Rd, Cranebrook in Sydney’s western suburbs.
Mascot Engineering provided two Sydney Water approved 3000L Grease Traps to the project intended to process the waste water of the new McDonalds restaurant on site.
Mascot Engineering Grease Traps, made of high strength and acid resistant Glass Reinforced Concrete (GRC) are lightweight enough to be delivered to site on the one truck, minimising cost and delays in installation for our client.
Our Business Development Manager, Tim Bull was on hand to guide the installers throughout the installation . Additionally, our Hiab truck was to able to assist in lowering the Grease Traps into place, saving our customer time and money, and eliminating the need for specialised lifting equipment to be available on site.
Mascot Engineering manufacture Australia’s largest range of approved Waste Water Treatment devices. Unlike plastic alternatives, Mascot GRC tanks do not require back-filling as they will not float, and will not crack during installation.
Mascot GRC Trade Waste devices are easier to install, cost effective to transport, and built to last the test of time.