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Grease Management Knowledgebase

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.

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  • Why Do Grease Traps Smell So Bad? A Solution

    Why Do Grease Traps Smell So Bad? A Solution

    Fried foods tend to smell pretty tasty, but rancid FOGs (Fats, Oils and Grease) rarely do. Because of this, trapping grease in a box and leaving it there for it...


  • Fatbergs – An Insight into the Modern World?

    Fatbergs – An Insight into the Modern World?

    Their very existence tells us how our growing population with its love of fatty fast food is putting a strain on our Victorian sewers. Meanwhile, the hard-to-dispose-of FOGs and wet wipes that make up the bulk of a fatberg tell us about our love for convenience: we flush them down the drain because it’s easy, because it puts what we don’t know what to do with out of sight and out of mind.


  • Is the Foodservice Industry Finally Taking FOG Seriously?

    Is the Foodservice Industry Finally Taking FOG Seriously?

    From fatbergs weighing 130 tonnes to recurrent flooding caused by blockages, Britain’s sewers are under siege. If we continue to flush fat, oil and grease (FOG) and non-biodegradable items into the sewers, the situation will only get worse.


  • The Super Sewer Strikes Back

    The Super Sewer Strikes Back

    For too long, the sewers beneath our feet have been dominated by massive accumulations of fats, oils and grease combined with solid waste that is irresponsibly disposed of down the toilet. It’s time that the sewers fought back.


  • Putting Unruly Fatbergs to Good Use

    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.

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