Monthly Archives: October 2018

  1. How Does a Grease Trap Work?

    How Does a Grease Trap Work?

    Grease trap noun – def. ‘: a trap in a drain or waste pipe to prevent grease from passing into a sewer system’ Source: Merriam-Webster.com

    Having recently become somewhat of a buzz word in the commercial foodservice industry and often associated with the terms fatberg and FOG (fats, oil and grease), grease traps are not a new thing. Surprisingly, the idea of a grease trap specifically designed to prevent fats, oils and grease from entering the sewer system, has been around since the Victorian era (late 19th Century) where it seems that troublesome drain blockages also appear to have caused issues. These first primitive boxes are what all grease traps today are based on.

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  2. Product Spotlight: The Goslyn Grease Recovery Unit

    Product Spotlight: The Goslyn Grease Recovery Unit

    Grease traps have emerged on to the market in a big way what with the public’s attention being drawn to those hideous fatbergs clogging up sewer systems. To tackle those immense conglomerations of fats, oils, grease, baby wipes and condoms plus anything else people deem to throw down the drain, businesses need a tried and tested product that’s up to the job.

    Enter the Goslyn Grease Recovery Unit!

    Here we put the Goslyn GRU in the spotlight and discover exactly why this grease trap system is so acclaimed.

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  3. How Automatic Grease Removal Units are Better (and Cheaper) than Passive Grease Traps

    How Automatic Grease Removal Units are Better (and Cheaper) than Passive Grease Traps

    Fats, oils and grease clogging up the sewer pipes have made big headlines in recent years with great emphasis placed on the importance of effective grease traps and grease management systems. This is especially important for commercial foodservice operations where FOG’s will typically be found on a greater scale. With a little research into the arena of grease traps it soon becomes apparent that there are two main types of systems – passive (manual) or automatic (grease recovery units).

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