Vacuum/Pump Truck Service



Bluebonnet Safety Services has partnered with residential septic tank pumping service professionals that have the knowledge and expertise necessary to help keep your entire system running in top condition. In order to protect your investment and ensure that your system continues to operate properly for decades, we recommend that you have septic pumping done on a regular basis. You want to avoid a backup by any means necessary. If it builds up to the point where you have a backup, cleaning all the pipes and repairing the damage can be expensive. Depending on how many people live in your home and how big the tank is, every 3-5 years is usually a good estimate. If you have a garbage disposal, a small tank, or a large family, you’ll want to do it more often.  

Industrial Septic Pumping

 Managing your industrial septic tank pumping is easy with the help of Bluebonnet Safety Services. Our technicians understand how important it is to maintain a professional atmosphere and get the job done quickly, to minimize the disruption of your workday and customers. Whether you need to book your regular septic tank pumping or your system is having trouble, we’re glad to help.  

Keeping up with a regular schedule on your company’s septic system pumping is essential for a myriad of reasons, and it all comes back to saving your business time and money. When you pump a septic tank on a regular basis and have it inspected by an experienced professional, you may:

  • Avoid backups and other emergency calls
  • Minimize disruptions to your clients/ customers and employees
  • Increase the longevity of your system
  • Catch damage and deterioration before they become a problem
  • Save on costs to pump and clean
  • Reduce costs when repairs are n


Grease traps require periodic cleaning to maintain their ability to function properly. Municipalities in metro Houston mandate a regular cleaning frequency which is based on several factors including size of the grease trap, measured thickness of the grease and sludge inside of the trap, type of food service establishment, the volume of food produced, seating capacity and quantity of wastewater producing fixtures (dishwasher, multi-bay sinks, mop sinks) discharged into the trap. As part of compliance, all wastewater removed from a grease trap must be recorded on a state certified document or “manifest” showing its place of origin, volume removed, licensed transporter name and final disposal destination. 



Drain lines are the veins and arteries of your plumbing and grease trap system. All waste water from kitchen sinks, floor drains, dishwashers and mop sinks travel through lateral drain lines which typically tie to a main drain line and ultimately lead to the grease trap.Just as veins and arteries can become impacted with cholesterol, drain lines are impacted by grease. Over time, passage ways narrow or can become completely blocked resulting in an overflow of your floor drains, kitchen sinks, grease trap or all of them combined.

Bluebonnet Safety Services offers comprehensive drain line jetting services designed to clear drain lines of grease build ups and blockages. Our technicians are well trained, certified and experienced in solving any drain line related problem. We offer emergency drain line clearing services as well as complete preventative drain line maintenance programs.

Catch Basins


Bluebonnet safety service vacuum trucks can pump and transport a wide variety of wastes including:

  • Oily Wastewater
  • Clarifier and Grit Chamber Sludge
  • Pipeline Recovery
  • Auto and Truck Wash Water
  • Digester Water
  • Food Processing Water
  • Non-Hazardous Waste Waters for Solidification
  • Spills and Releases
  • Industrial/Commercial Spills
  • Monitor Well Development
  • Sludge Removal
  • Carbon Vessels - Cleaning and Removal