Monthly Archives: October 2023

  1. What Commercial Kitchen Equipment Produces FOG?

    Finding it tough to keep your commercial kitchen up-to-date with FOG rules? You're in good company! This post will tell you what equipment could lead to FOG and give you recommended grease management solutions. It is critical that restaurant owners, professional chefs, and catering business managers all stay compliant, observing regulations and avoiding potential fines or prosecution. Keep reading to find out more!

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  2. The GCA; A Comprehensive Guide of Grease Management for Food Service Businesses

    The GCA; A Comprehensive Guide of Grease Management for Food Service Businesses

    The damage caused by improper FOG management is a genuine concern. With the busy festive season approaching, it's vital that kitchens have appropriate measures in place that can deal with not only day-to-day demand throughout the year but also the extra FOG output produced throughout busier times of the year.

    With fatbergs having been reported previously that weigh around 400 tonnes, or the equivalent of four blue whales, water companies are understandably concerned, especially when repairing a damaged sewer can cost on average £400k and can take more than 2 months to clear.

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  3. Why Great Grease Management Practices Don't Eliminate the Need for a Grease Trap

    Why Great Grease Management Practices Don't Eliminate the Need for a Grease Trap

    Grease management is a critical aspect of running a safe and efficient restaurant or takeaway kitchen. Proper handling of fats, oils, and grease (FOG) is essential to prevent blockages in plumbing systems, maintain kitchen hygiene, and comply with environmental regulations. 

    Any business that generates FOG (fats, oils and grease) should be employing strict grease management practices as well as installing a suitable grease trap. No matter how efficient and effective your grease preventative measures are, FOG will still find a way to make it into mains drainage systems.

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  4. Why Installing Grease Traps is Essential for Chinese Restaurants & Takeaways

    Why Installing Grease Traps is Essential for Chinese Restaurants & Takeaways

    Own a Chinese restaurant or takeaway? Worried about grease from your kitchen causing blockages in the main water system? Installing a grease trap is essential! This blog discusses why every kitchen needs a suitable grease management solution to comply with regulations.

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  5. Accessible Grease Management for All Catering Equipment - Goslyn Low-Level Grease Traps

    Accessible Grease Management for All Catering Equipment - Goslyn Low-Level Grease Traps

    Navigating the world of waste management and disposal, specifically in dealing with FOG (Fats, Oils, and Grease), can be complex. Grease traps are a fundamental part of tackling the FOG produced in commercial kitchens. While standard passive or manual grease traps are a standard solution for many businesses, low level grease traps in the UK have emerged as an indispensable asset for many businesses that have alternative requirements to meet.

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