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FOG – Where is it coming from?

Hello Bloggers! We have continued to outline and decode FOG ordinances from around the country. Clearly defined standards, regulations, and obligations are vital in creating an effective and wide spread FOG management program. The additional piece to this puzzle is WHO should be inclu

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

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 o

Take Advantage of the GGX Features!

Hello Bloggers! Not all FOG is alike. With an endless variation on cuisines, ingredients, and cooking styles, the combination of what is going down the drain varies on each FOG management project. As a manufacturer we have taken the time to analyze countless applications and have deve

Grease Guardian – Proper Grease Removal Habits

Hello Bloggers. Municipalities and engineers are both doing their part around the country implementing Fats, Oils, and Grease ordinances and enforcing the requirements they put in place. It is when food establishments follow through with the installation of approved equipment and prop

Grease Guardian – Point Source Protection

What Your Outside Grease Interceptor is NOT Protecting Across the country you will find Fats, Oils, and Grease ordinances and programs that call for food establishments to install and maintain a grease interceptor. These programs vary drastically in the rules and regulations they deci

The Growing Concern About Grease

Grease – A Growing Problem City, town, and neighborhood development is happening all around us. New buildings are constructed as older buildings continue to get remodeled for today’s life style. With these changes, comes the need for improved equipment to protect an aging city i
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FOG COLLECTION PROGRAMME TO HELP REDUCE FOG WASTE

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
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GREASE TRAPS AND FOG MANAGEMENT

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 genera
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MORE GREASE TRAP NEEDED TO REDUCE FOG

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