Hello Blog Readers, BOURBON STREET SURPRISE Lumps of Fat, Oil and Grease (FOG) in the storm drains was discovered during work on the very busy Bourbon Street after a bad smell was reported. Workers found that some restaurants had access to the storm drains and the foul smell w
Hello Blog Readers, GREASE TRAPS AND FATBERGS Water companies regularly carry out CCTV surveys and some very strange objects have been discovered in pipes and sewers. No grease traps have been reported yet! A 600 pound alligator was discovered in Texas, a bicycle, half a mini cooper c
Hello Blog Readers, REDUCING FATS, OIL AND GREASE (FOG) WASTE Over 60% of blockages found in the sewers are FOG related and highlights the importance of keeping FOG waste out of drains. Thames Water removes 80,000 blockages from the sewers each year. Installing a grease trap is the f
Hello Blog Readers, FOG & GREASE TRAPS Restaurants cooking with FOG producing foods should have a grease trap/grease interceptor installed. FOG (Fats, Oil and Grease) causes major problems for pipes and drains if it is not disposed correctly. Restaurants use more FOG producing f
Hello Blog Readers! REMOVAL OF FATBERG Water authorities have highlighted again the importance of less Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) waste entering the sewers. Last year one water authority visited restaurants in the Oxford area and found that over 90 percent of restaurants had inadequa
Hello Blog Readers! PALM OIL FATBERG FOUND ON DUBLIN BEACH Fingal County Council has issued a warning for walkers to be on the lookout for palm oil fatbergs after they were spotted in Fingal, Dublin. Walkers have been warned to keep dogs away from the palm fatbergs as they can be dang
Hello Blog Readers! WHAT’S COOKING IN QUEENS Residents in the Queens area of New York are cooking up a big problem. The area has problems with blockages in the sewer due to large quantities of cooking oil being poured down sinks and drains. Grease waste is responsible for around 60
Hello Blog Readers! FOG WASTE Water authorities were called to remove a fatberg in Bierton, England. The fatberg was detected after residents experienced problems with flushing their toilets. The problem was caused by a blockage of Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) in the sewer. When FOG
Hello blog readers! GREASE TRAPS Grease traps are a common feature in restaurants and busy food outlets. Grease traps or grease removal devices work by separating Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) from waste water. Reducing the amount of FOG waste entering drains and sewers is important an
Hello Blog Readers! If you have been following our FOG blog recently then you will be aware that fatbergs are still a problem for many busy cities and the sewer systems. Grease traps can help in the fight against fatbergs and to limit the amount of FOG waste entering the sewage syste
Hello Blog Readers, Happy New Year! Thames Water last year visited over 200 restaurants and food establishments in a bid to reduce the number of sewer blockages in the area. Several restaurants did not have a grease trap installed and 43% did not know what a grease trap is used for.
Hello Blog Readers Seasons greetings from Grease Guardian! With only a few days left before festive dinner preparations get underway water authorities have reported the risk of flooding and fatbergs is higher during this period. Yorkshire Water has distributed fat collection container
Hello Blog readers, BUILDING A FATBERG This week’s blog is all about fatbergs. Two artists in the Netherlands have plans to create a man-made fatberg on an island as part of a design research project. The fatberg will be formed from fats that have been rendered to remove any impurit
Hello Blog readers, FATBERG It has been reported that fatbergs formed from palm oil have been spotted on UK beaches. Vets have warned dog owners to keep pets away from the fatbergs as they can be poisonous when swallowed. The palm fatbergs have traveled from Jamaica and Trinidad and
Hello Blog readers, For restaurants, hotels and food establishments Christmas time is a busy period with kitchens working to cater for Christmas dinners and staff parties. With an increase in trade and plates being served more FOG waste will be produced during this period. A grease t
Hello Blog Readers, We normally talk about all these related to grease traps and FOG and a number of articles online highlighted that wet-wipes are now adding to the fatberg problem. Last year sales for wet-wipes reached over 2 billion dollars in the US. WETWIPES Experts are now calli
Hello Blog Readers, Rise in spending for Pubs and Restaurants A recent study has reported that consumer spending in restaurants and pubs in the UK is up by over 12 percent compared to figures for this time last year. This is welcomed news for these establishments and the hotel sector
Hello Blog Readers, There has been recent articles online highlighting the efforts water companies are taking to ensure the sewer remains working efficiently. When there is a build-up of FOG’s (Fats, Oil and Grease) in the sewer system this can result in the formation of a fatberg. T
Hello blog Readers, Fatbergs and Fog waste is a problem which is affecting not just the UK but other countries in the world. News stories on-line highlight that although some businesses and food establishments have installed and maintain their grease trap a lot of work has to be done
Hello Blog Readers The dangers of fatbergs and blockages have been a popular topic for our blog. I came across an article online reporting that a restaurant owner has been convicted for blocking sewers in a landmark case. The number of convictions are low for this type of off
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