In the industrial sector, managing waste effectively is a critical responsibility. One aspect of this management is the handling of fats, oils and grease waste, particularly in factories involved in food processing/production. Proper grease management not only ensures compliance with environmental laws but also protects our natural waterways and maintains the operational efficiency of manufacturing


Grease management is a critical aspect of any commercial kitchen, particularly in high-activity areas like dark kitchens. Cooking processes generate grease and oil residues, which can lead to serious plumbing issues if not properly managed. Traditional methods of grease disposal often involve harmful chemicals or frequent pump-out visits, negatively impacting the environment and your pocket.


The accumulation of fat, oil, and grease (FOG) in sewer systems is a growing concern in the UK. Water UK, representing the nation’s water and wastewater utilities, estimates around 366,000 sewer blockages occur annually, with 70% caused by FOG. This alarming statistic highlights the critical need for effective grease management in commercial kitchens. Building Regulations