The Origins of a Fatberg Life has changed dramatically from centuries ago – even basic advancements in our daily activities, such as the use of ...Read more
Here, we dive in to various areas of information surrounding the grease management industry as a whole, as well as certain deep dives into special areas of interest.
Watch this space! We regularly update this area to help clear the fog of uncertainty surrounding these subjects.
Putting Unruly Fatbergs to Good Use
Recent avenues and developments, that have been investigated in reaction to the fatberg problem, have shown that it is possible to turn fatbergs into useful materials. Scientists have, in the recent past, discovered new ways to deal with fatbergs. This is done by turning these masses of waste into biodiesel. Biodiesel is a clean fuel which can be used in motor vehicles, commercial transport vehicles and airlines and produces less pollution in the atmosphere.
Anatomy of a Fatberg
Ever thought about where that residual juice, fat, oil and grease from cooking equipment, trays and plates goes once it’s disappeared down your sink? Despite what many people think, it doesn’t just wash cleanly down the pipes to a treatment centre.
Whitechapel – Just the Tip of the Fatberg
Following the well publicised discovery of what is thought to be the UK’s largest fatberg on record in Whitechapel 2017, the issue of congealed masses of public waste has hit the headlines. Build-ups of fats, oils and grease (or FOG, as it’s known in the industry) held together with baby/wet wipes ...
Tis’ the Season to be Foggy
Christmas, widely celebrated as the season for cheer and goodwill to all men, but what about the aftermath of the festivities; those lurking beneath the streets? It’s a time for decadent menus with lashings of roasties, meats ...
Should You Connect a Commercial Dishwasher to a Grease Trap?
Grease Management at Christmas Grease Traps and Dishwashers What's the problem? Placement is key What size do I need? We recommend At the onset of one of the busiest times...