Grease Guardian X

The Difference Is Stainless!

Hello Bloggers! Not all grease interceptors are created equal. Small, large, passive, concrete, plastic, stainless steel, or automatic, there are a large variety of interceptors to choose from. They come in all shapes and sizes and are designed to handle different circumstances. There is no magic interceptor, but there are a few things that set some apart from the rest! The difference is stainless
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Grease Interceptor Topics

Hello Bloggers! I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving break! Although everyone may have been taking a break during the holiday, restaurants and kitchens certainly did not! FOG does not take a break and continues to cause headaches for municipalities and restaurant owners across the country. Grease Guardian not only manufactures top of the line grease management equipment, but we also work to do
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Grease Guardian Tips

Hello Bloggers. Less than 5 minutes of daily maintenance will have your Grease Guardian X Series working efficiently for years to come. Effective maintenance ensures your equipment will skim efficiently and continue to keep fats, oils, and grease out of the city sewers. As a manufacturer we take great pride in providing our customers with the high-quality equipment. A great deal of time has gone i
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Decoding Grease Interceptor Terms

Hello Bloggers. Everyone love a delicious meal! Whether it is sitting at your kitchen table or out at your favorite restaurant, Food brings people together. At Grease Guardian, we know that after each meal, the cleaning process is an important and often over looked step. That is why ordinances are put in place by city officials, laying out the proper steps commercial kitchen and households should
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The Flexibility of Grease Guardian

Hello Bloggers. FOG is a constant and expensive headache for cities everywhere. For those who deal with it daily, they understand the importance of properly designed grease management equipment and proper FOG management by food establishments. Keeping fats, oils, and grease out of the public sewer system is a major step in protecting against unsanitary backups and protecting the wastewater treatme
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