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How to Keep Your Kitchen Pipes Clean

Your kitchen pipes: something you probably don’t think about until something goes wrong. The best way to ensure the pipes stay clean and clear are to treat them properly and only send the correct materials down them. If, however, it is too late to prevent the damage, there are many ways to bring your pipes back to normal working condition.

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle…

The average American is responsible for generating 4.4 pounds of trash every single day, which adds up to 1,600 pounds of trash per person each year. This startling statistic is one of the reasons why recycling is crucial to sustain our environment’s future. Recycling preserves the planet, and it can save you money. It is a win-win, right? Learn how you can play your part in going green.

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The Grease Guide: What to do with Used Cooking Grease in Your Kitchen

From frying to sautéing, leftover frying oil, grease and other fats are common in the kitchen. While disposing of the extra grease and oil by pouring it down your kitchen’s drain may seem like the simple solution, you should never do this as it can result in costly damages. Don’t default to the drain, instead try these simple steps in reducing and reusing your kitchen’s fats and oils:

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Preventing Oil Theft

As odd as it may sound, your used cooking oil is extremely valuable. It can be recycled and converted into so many useful things, including biodiesel. Thieves are well aware of how useful and valuable your used cooking oil, or “yellow gold” (as they call it) is, and they’ll go to great lengths to steal it from your business’s kitchen.

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Stopping Grease Fires

Grease fires can be extremely dangerous, and are one of the leading causes of house and restaurant fires. The majority of grease fires occur on stovetops, and they can get out of hand in a matter of seconds. The steps to put out a grease fire are different than that of a normal fire, and knowing these steps can prevent injury and stop the fire from aggressively spreading. It is extremely important that you never use water to put out a grease fire because it will end up splashing the grease and spreading the fire. Also, never attempt to pick up and move the source of the fire as this can lead to very serious injuries.

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