Hello Blog Readers! Where Is All this Grease Coming From? The removal and protection from damaging Fats, Oils, and Grease is not just limited to your local full service restaurant anymore. With a significant rise in the number of people eating out and purchasing fully cooked meals on the go, we see an increase in the amount of FOG being produced and from more locations than ever before. W
Hello blog readers, GREASE TRAPS AND FOG COLLECTION PROGRAMME Sarnia is appealing to its residents over the holiday period to store any fats and oils from cooking in a FOG collection cup. Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) are produced when preparing and cooking foods. Sewers are not built to cope with anything other than waste water and when FOG enters the sewage system it cools, solidifies and clogs p
Hello Blog Readers, Eating trends have drastically changed over the years and we now eat out more regularly in restaurants than before. A recent study in America reported that consumers now spend more in restaurants and pubs than on groceries from supermarkets. The millennial generation, lack of time to make dinners and emergence of apps for take-away food are responsible for the boost in sales.
Hello Blog Readers! REMOVAL OF FATBERG Water authorities are again highlighting the importance of less Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) waste entering the sewers. In December Thames Water discovered a Fatberg in Clerkenwell that took a team of workers to remove the fatberg. A Fatberg is a congealed blob of fats and grease that end up in our sewers and mix with other waste items discharged into the dra
Hello blog readers! Grease Guardian Protection Grease interceptors are a valuable piece of kitchen equipment for restaurants and City sewers. Grease Guardian captures Fats, Oils, and Grease from entering the public sewer system and protects the internal piping of your restaurant and building. The Grease Guardians X Series is a “Point Source” solution. Our equipment isolates and contain