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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
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GREASE GUARDIAN KITCHEN SOLUTIONS

Hello blog readers! Grease waste from grease traps is now being used in the preparation of bio-fuel and one company in New England has taken on the task to treat waste grease and covert the material into a high-grade bio-fuel.  It uses a brown grease separation system to refine used g
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FOG PROGRAMMES AND GREASE TRAPS

Hello Blog Readers! Dothan city has seen a significant drop in the amount of FOG waste entering their sewage system.  Like other cities in the world a Fats, Oil and Grease programme is being introduced to further reduce the amount of FOG waste entering the sewer.  Dublin City currentl
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GREASE GUARDIAN GREASE REMOVAL SYSTEMS

Hello blog readers! MORE GREASE TRAPS NEEDED In winter seasons or periods of heavy downfalls it is essential that the sewers are in perfect working order.  Any blockages in the system can result in overflows and flooding.   Items such as plastic bags, dentures, razors, toys and even c
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MORE GREASE TRAPS NEEDED

Hello blog readers! Crackdown on restaurants not maintaining grease trap Restaurants are being encouraged to install and maintain grease traps to avoid Fats, Oil and Grease waste (FOG) clogging the sewers.  Some cities have FOG programmes in operation that regularly inspect grease tra
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FOG WASTE

Hello blog readers! Waste reduction is a big focus for everyone.  Innovative companies have been able to turn waste products such as coffee grounds and cooking oil into fuel to help heat building and homes.  Biodiesel is another alternative source of fuel made from vegetable oils, tal
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PREVENTING FOG WASTE

Hello blog readers, A new project has begun in the UK in Newark-On-Trent to upgrade the town’s sewer network.  The project is expected to take up to three years to complete and will cost 60 million pounds to complete.  A large tunnelling machine will help dig new larger sewer pipes to
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SEASONS GREETINGS FROM GREASE GUARDIAN

Hello blog readers! Grease Guardian would like to wish all our customers and blog readers seasons greetings and a happy new year! In Brisbane, Australia a massive fatberg has been discovered deep in the sewer system.  The fatberg discovered was made from Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) was
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FATBERG STRIKES AGAIN

Hello Blog Readers! A recent fatberg was discovered in Cumbria UK that resulted in raw sewage flooding a busy road.  For any new readers a fatberg is a congealed mass of Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) which is found in the sewer and does not break down.  This can results in damaged pipes