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Grease traps work wonders in keeping bad odours at bay. Yet, they can be the ultimate thorn in the side for restaurants, especially when the routine cleaning slips your mind. Grease Trap Maintenance – Is it Time to Replace your Grease Trap for something better? Click here to find out Want to know the BEST

Why meet the standard?

Would you fly on a plane that didn’t meet international standards, or drive a car that didn’t pass safety tests? Would you want a microwave oven that the manufacturer never bothered to have tested? Of course, you wouldn’t. Unfortunately, in the grease trap business most grease traps in the UK have never seen the inside

COVID-19 Update

For the past few weeks, FM Environmental & Grease Guardian have been monitoring the global development of COVID-19. In light of recent events, FM Environmental & Grease Guardian’s primary interest is ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all its staff, distributors, customer and associates. Moving forward, Grease Guardian operations will continue with a rotation of

Over St. Patrick’s Weekend, Irish water has been called in by Wicklow City Council to clear out a massive 8 foot fatberg from right beneath the ground we walk on.  We are desperately urging people to be more mindful of flushing inappropriate things down the toilet.  Fatbergs are a combination of FAT, OIL and GREASE,

You would have generally heard people using the terms grease trap and grease interceptor synonymously. It is true that both the equipment are used as grease removal units that keep the FOG out of the drainage line of any food establishment by capturing it. But technically, there is a marked difference between a grease trap

Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) produced by commercial kitchens like restaurants, hotels, and cafeterias is much greater in volume and frequency as compared to domestic kitchens. This is the reason, commercial food establishments require specialized equipment called grease traps or grease interceptors that capture the disposed of FOG and let the clear wastewater flow down

The most challenging problem in the commercial kitchen is to maintain the FOG in the kitchen. To fix this, many restaurant owners all over the world have grease trap/grease interceptor installed for their kitchen. Thanks to the technology used in these grease removal units. It traps the FOG from the wastewater coming out of kitchen

When you are running a commercial kitchen, dealing with fats, oils and grease becomes very common. But disposing of them appropriately while being compliant with the laws is a bit of challenge. Because when FOG flows down the sink, it cools down due to the low temperature of water and transforms into a semi-solid waste

A catering or food business is one of the most thriving industries which is never going to experience a recession. But the owners of the food business know it well that all the profits depend on good maintenance and management of the core operations involved. One of them is the heart of the food establishments

Grease trap is an integral component of any commercial kitchen, responsible for removing fats, oils, and grease from the wastewater. A commercial kitchen running for a long time knows well that these FOG removing units need a good care at a regular pace. But if you are new in this field and come across some