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The Sink-Net wet waste interceptor captures virtually all of the solid waste from your sink before it reaches your grease traps, drains, and piping system. Fitting easily underneath your sink, water and wet waste is directed to the unit where it flows through a specially designed membrane. The elasticity of the membrane material creates passages for liquid to escape while retaining the wet waste solids.

  • Captures 85-90% of waste solids. Grease is removed at point-of-entry leaving clear water to flow onto your grease trap or sewer system.
  • Durable hard plastic construction that will not corrode, crack, or leak
  • Filtration bags are inexpensive and very easy to remove, dispose of, and replace
  • Clear plastic lid on front allows you to view and identify when filter needs replacing
  • Reduces number of grease trap cleanings and use of costly enzymes
  • Self contained unit reduces odors and airborne bacteria
  • Meets wastewater discharge compliance standards
  • Available in gravity feed or electric pump methods
  • Can be used in commercial and residential kitchens


Additional Information:

Why Wet Waste Interceptors are preferred over mechanical garbage disposals

  • Zero danger to employees. Garbage disposals present a clear and present danger to kitchen staff. These units are designed to indiscriminately grind up anything coming into contact with grinding or cutting heads.
  • Environmentally friendly product that saves money on water and electricity
  • Keeps grease trap cleaner, which can lower maintenance frequency and cost in half
  • Encouraged (or required) by local governments and Water Districts
  • No moving parts to constantly maintain or repair

For additional information or to place an order please visit

You may also contact the Drain-Net Sales office at 908-514-8105.


Application Intercepts wet waste from your sink so it does not clog your drains

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