Good Afternoon Bloggers!
Grease is a growing issue in buildings and city sewers across the country. The expansion of restaurants, mixed use buildings, hot food bars, and super market cafes all play a role in the growing efforts to write and enforce new Fats, Oils, and Grease ordinances. Where specifically is all this “new” grease coming from…?
Mixed Use Buildings – The new trend of mixed use buildings has forced cities to reevaluate including them in all FOG related codes. Adding a new restaurant to an existing building with an existing interceptor causes FOG related issues. With the addition of all this new grease waste you now have an undersized and underperforming grease interceptor. Solution: Instead of going through the costly replacement of a large outside interceptor, use Grease Guardian point source units to manage the additional grease. By removing grease at the source, you will relieve the existing interceptor of the additional grease waste and allow it to work properly. Saving you time and money!
Super Markets – Grocery stores and supermarkets are no longer just for picking up groceries, many are full blown restaurants and buffets. These new supermarkets need upgraded grease management. Specifically, when it comes to rotisseries and combi ovens. Due to the large amount of grease generated during the cooking process, these machines will bring any building plumbing to its knees! It is important to remove this grease before it ever enters your drainage system. Solution: The Grease Guardian R Series attacks rotisseries and combi ovens head on. Designed to handle the large amount of grease generated. The Grease Guardian GGX-R line excels in this type of application. It efficiently traps grease and keeps self-cleaning (the removal of grease) during the cooking process. A clean trap is an effective trap.
For more information about Grease Guardian or general questions about grease management please contact us directly. We strive to provide engineers, customers, and city municipalities with the equipment and details to meet their grease projects.
See you next week.