Whether you own a restaurant, a small pub, a multi-storeyed hotel or a supermarket, a significant part of the food waste generated in your facility is FOG. These fats, oils, and greases are a high-lipid waste and an untapped source of hydrocarbons that can be chemically treated to produce biofuel. And to most of the
Each time you cook, there is always some amount of grease leftover and hence it is an inevitable byproduct of a restaurant’s kitchen. Trapping of grease in the sewage system is a universal problem faced by hotels, restaurants and other corporate buildings. In 2013, 62% of 15,000 sewer backups in New York were caused due
The commercial kitchen tends to focus more on food that’s going to be served at the customer’s table. Of course, that should be the first priority for any commercial catering environment. But what about the oils, fats, and grease that are leftover after you are done with the serving? Whether you’re frying, sauteing or even
A number of food service businesses around the world have dealt with unpleasant consequences of grease traps. The most common reasons are a malfunctioning or an overflowing grease trap. In both the cases, chances are that either there is a lack of regular maintenance or the installed grease interceptor does not meet the requirements completely.
We all and especially the people involved in the food service business are aware of the invaluable contribution of the grease traps in keeping the business environmentally, socially and economically responsible. Grease traps often called as grease interceptors are indispensable components of restaurants, hotels and any other business that is involved in food preparation and