One of the large Grocery store's we own has not been hooked up to the city sewer system yet and all of the sanitary runs to a underground storage tank located at the back of the property which we have to have pumped out occasionally. We have a constant flow of water to the tank and have gradually narrowed it down through process of elimination to being condensate from the various Refrigeration equiptment.
Should there be this much water? and which peices of equipment do you think is producing the majority- walkin's,displays or coffins?
the drain lines coming off of the walkins in the rear area of the store are very cold and some are producing alot of sweat so I assumed they were experiencing constant flow.
I have consulted with some plumbers and am considering installing pumps on those condensate lines and piping them to the nearest storm drains instead of to the the tank which run out to a storm retention pond at the rear of the property.
Any feedback would be helpful...............