Hello Blog Readers, This week we are getting reading to visit London for an exhibition.  Grease Guardian will be attending the Restaurant Show which takes place in the Olympia Exhibition Centre, Kensington, London, from the 3rd – 5th October 2016.  If you would like to visit our stand we can be found at stand GL11.

GREASE TRAP SERVICE GUIDE AND TIPS

Hello blog readers! Grease Trap Service When was the last time the grease trap in your kitchen was serviced?  If you can’t remember the date it might be time to book a service. At Grease Guardian we offer a number of service packages to help you maintain your grease trap.   Our service options range from

THE SEWAGE SYSTEM AND GREASE TRAPS

Hello Blog readers! Today I came across an interesting article on the history of the sewage system in London.  The need for a sewage system first came about due to the Great Stink!  The smell was so bad at the time, in particular for members of the parliament that a bill was passed to treat

REDUCE FOG WASTE WITH A GREASE TRAP

Hello Blog readers! Another fatberg hotspot was recently identified after recurring problems occurred in the area.  Epping Forest in the UK has been highlighted as an area that has seen considerable blockages in the last few years.   Over a three year period three thousand blockages have been sourced to this area.  The blockages are a

GREECE TACKLES GREASE AND FOG WASTE

Summer is nearly over and for some of us going to a festival, food event or concert is a must.  Did you ever wonder how much food and FOG waste results from one event, especially if no grease traps are about? In Athens, Greece, a collective group has started a FOG collection programme to help

If you read our blogs you will know reducing waste and promoting Grease Traps is our favorite topic. Recycling waste is something we all try to do but a recent survey highlighted that more recycled items are now ending up in landfill sites.  The amount of rubbish being rejected increased by over 80 percent. This

FATBERG STRIKES AGAIN IN THE UK

Hello Blog readers, Another fatberg has been discovered in the UK this month. In South Hykeham, Lincolnshire, a team of workers had the unfortunate task of clearing a van sized fatberg from the sewer.  The fatberg was found to be made from wet wipes, nappies and hardened cooking oil.  What some households and food establishments