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Grease Guardian Flexibility

Hello Blog Readers! As a manufacturer, the end goal of keeping public sewer systems and wastewater treatment plants free from harmful fats, oils, and grease is great to keep in mind.  An interceptors design should allow for the maximum level of efficiency and FOG protection. It is vital that those involved in writing a FOG ordinance understand grease protection at a macro level.  It is equally as
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Another FOG Related Overflow!

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Hello Blog Readers! Another wastewater treatment plant and pump station brought to a halt by high levels of FOG in the sewer system. Officials in an Oregon city witnessed first-hand the damage that can be cause by a high concentration of fats, oils, and grease being discharged into the city sewer systems.  Treatment plants are especially venerable as they are the last line of protection. Fats, oil
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FOG – A Team Effort

Hello Blog Readers! FOG – A Team Effort Unbelievably, grease traps were first put into practice in the late 1800s. At the time, it was hard to realize the importance of protecting sewers against grease and to predict the rapid growth of commercial restaurants and dining on the go. Eating out is on the rise and our sewer systems are not getting any younger! Containing harmful Fats, Oils, and
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Grease Interceptor Location

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Hello Blog Readers! Where to Install my Grease Interceptor Grease Guardian will save you precious space on your next grease management project or restaurant installation. Space is always a commodity when it comes to installing and maintaining a grease interceptor. City inspectors and the FOG producers they oversee are in a constant battle between effective grease management and reliable equipment.
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FOG Managment – Where to begin?

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Hello Blog Readers! Where to begin? Let Grease Guardian Help You! As the number of food establishments and take home meals continue to rise, protecting your buildings internal plumbing and public sewer system from harmful Fats, Oils, and Grease has become an increasingly complex issue. City officials recognize the importance of an effective FOG program and continue to push legislation to help redu
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