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Southeastern FOG Alliance Show

Hello Bloggers. This week Grease Guardian and our long-time distributor AJ Etheridge & Co. teamed up to attend and present at the 2018 Southeastern F.O.G. Alliance show in Valdosta, Georgia. With FOG being a growing concern for municipalities across the country, inspectors, city officials, manufacturers, and other interest parties from the area got together to discuss all things F.O.G. It is i
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Grease Guardian Centralized Units

Hello Bloggers! Grease Guardian Automatic Solids Transfer Systems – Fully Automatic Grease Removal Units Grease Guardians line of centralized equipment is built to handle large flow applications. This highly specifiable unit meets the grease management needs of engineers across the country. Providing superior grease removal and performance with a small over all footprint. Like all Grease Gua
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FOG Solutions – Specifying Grease Guardian

Hello Bloggers! Proper grease management starts at the planning stages of any restaurant, kitchen, or building design. Properly accounting for kitchen fixtures / peak flows, number of meals, and cooking habits all have influence over the equipment necessary to properly handle grease waste. Working with engineers is a huge part of what we do at Grease Guardian, designing equipment that is both effe
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Grease Protection at the Source!

Hello Bloggers, Isolation and Containment Grease management is in constant development, between changing regulations, updated equipment, and new restaurants, there are choices that must be made when purchasing your grease management equipment. As a building owner it is important to consider your buildings internal piping. YOU are responsible for those pipes and any associated damage that occurs to
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Keeping Solids Out Of Your Interceptor

Hello Bloggers What sometimes gets lost when discussing fats, oils, and grease management is the role that food solids play in both your interceptor and public sewer system. Just as it is important to not pour excess grease down the drain, we need to do our best to keep solids out as well. They can be both damaging to the sewer system and they rob any interceptor of its grease holding capacity. Si
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