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FOG Terms Decoded

Hello Bloggers Decoding and understanding the terms that are used in any FOG ordinance can help ensure that everyone involved knows exactly his or her responsibility is. From food establishment owner, specifying engineer, or city official, everyone must play a role to help build an effective grease management program. Our team at Grease Guardian can be a resource! We have participated in FOG progr
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Grease Guardian – Point Source Solutions

Hello Bloggers. Grease interceptor location is often an afterthought when purchasing but should be an important factor when making your final decision. Grease Guardian is a point source solution, it is installed IN THE KITCHEN. Capturing and removing grease at the source. Pot wash sinks, 3 compartment sinks, and pre-rinse are where a majority of kitchen grease will end up. Why not shorten the dist
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Grease Guardian Difference

Hello Bloggers. Grease Guardian has over 30 years of grease and wastewater experience. Our application expertise allows us to aid in paring the right equipment to get the job done. We have worked diligently over the years to design and manufacture the most flexible and consumer friendly grease removal equipment on the market. Our standard features are what set us apart… Grease Guardian X Series Dr
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Starting Your Own FOG Program

Hello Bloggers!! FOG is a nuisance that ALL cities and towns must deal with. If you have not experienced grease related issues and backups yet, it is only a matter of time before you do. These unexpected problems can cause huge inconveniences for local businesses and are often extremely expensive to fix. A strong and active FOG ordinance goes a long way in preventing FOG related issues from gettin
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Grease Guardian Solutions

Hello Bloggers! FOG management and proper application of grease removal equipment is a team effort. Engineers, food establishment owners, municipalities, and manufacturers are all factors dealing with the nuisances that surround fats, oils, and grease. With multiple parties involved, peoples focus will vary. An Engineer may be looking for a solution that meets their specific project, while an FSE
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