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GREASE TRAP REQUIREMENTS

From September 2017 food establishments and restaurants in Bermuda will now be required to install both an approved and properly sized grease trap. This has been introduced to allow the correct disposal of Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) and to reduce the amount of FOG waste entering the s

FOG TIPS FOR 4TH OF JULY BBQ’S

Happy 4th of July! Today is the day that you can guarantee there will be big celebrations.  Fireworks, barbecues, music and flags! Last year it was estimated that over 285.3 million pounds worth of fireworks were used in the celebrations and over 60% attended a picnic or Fourth of Jul
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REDUCE FOG WASTE WITH A GREASE TRAP

Hello Blog readers! Large amounts of money are spent each year tackling the problem of keeping the sewers free from fatbergs and other blockages.  In America local governments spend around 25 billion every year keeping sewers running, with millions being spent on removing FOG (Fats, O

GREASE TRAPS AND FOG PROGRAMMES

Hello Blog readers!!! Summer is finally here and we have finally seen some warm weather.  When summer finally arrives I just want to get the barbecue out and enjoy a nice evening outside or a visit to a restaurant.  For some restaurants this does mean an increase in business but can a
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GREASE TRAPS HELPING TO REDUCE FOG PROBLEMS

Every year millions of pounds are spent clearing sewage blockages caused by fats, oil and grease (FOG).  How does this happen?  Households and restaurants are causing a big problem for local authorities when they pour fats and oils down sinks, drains and even toilets.  When fat is pou
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Some Grease Guardian Tips to avoid FOG build up in the household

Hello FOG Blog Readers! I found a few tips online which can help everyone to reduce the amount of Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) we dispose directly into the water system.  If Fog’s are not disposed responsibly, over time the FOG will harden into deposits which can cause blockages in the

FOG Storms causing havoc in Oxford

Hello FOG Blog Readers! A recent article I came across highlighted again that fatbergs are becoming a recurring problem for local authorities.  As previously mentioned in earlier blogs a fatberg is a congealed lump of fat, oil and grease which causes blockages when combined with house
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Grease Guardian saving restaurants from fines!

Hello FOG Blog Readers! While travelling to work today I stumbled across a radio article that was based around the proposal of charging owners of bigger and greater emission contributing cars higher fees. The idea of this is to try and reduce the build-up of emissions that come about

Why do we need grease traps?

Today’s FOG Blog is slightly different from our usual ones, in the sense that it is an informative blog, rather than being based around a relative news article or event. I am simply going to title it; ‘Why do we need grease traps?’ First of all, for those who haven’t been keeping up w