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7 Tips for Effective Grease Trap Maintenance

For health and environmental reasons, it is important to keep fats, oils and grease (FOG) out of the sanitary sewer system by using a grease trap. Most municipalities require that grease traps be inspected and cleaned regularly. The minimum required cleaning of the grease trap can vary, but a general rule of thumb is that a grease trap should be cleaned when it becomes 25% full. To prevent an establishment from exceeding the minimum, it is suggested that grease traps be cleaned quarterly, monthly, or depending on the need.

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Help Cease the Theft of Grease

Who would have thought that used cooking oil would one day be considered liquid gold?! Restaurant owners are now getting paid for something they once had to pay to have removed. The used cooking oil, also known as yellow grease, is often used to create biodiesel, which is in higher demand thanks to soaring gas prices.

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Recycled Cooking Oil is Used and How You can Recycle Yours!

Recycling is on the rise, which is wonderful news. However, most people think of recycling in terms of cans, bottles, and paper products. Many overlook the opportunity to recycle used cooking oil - a valuable material used for a surprising array of items.

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