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Why you should replace your garbage disposal!

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If you own or manage a restaurant or commercial kitchen, take a look at why you should give a thumbs up to the Garbage Disposal Drain Strainer, rather than the traditional Garbage Disposal. Click here to select your Garbage Disposal Drain Strainer.

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Commercial Garbage Disposal Food Waste To Be Banned

State and local regulators are ramping up their efforts to cut down food waste. Beginning in 2014 Massachusetts enacted legislation that banned hospitals, universities, hotels, large restaurants, and other big businesses and institutions from discarding commercial garbage disposal food waste, with plans to extend the regulation to homes as well. Their goal is [...]

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Why you've got to have this Turkey Day Fat Trapper!

As you prepare for Thanksgiving, we want to remind you not to pour turkey grease down the drain. It's not just the turkey grease that's the problem, but things like the fats in oil and butter in items like salad dressings and frosting that can also cause problems. Preventing grease from going down [...]

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​Reducing BOD and TSS in your facility wastewater

Many food processing plants, breweries, and even restaurants face issues regarding the water they discharge to the local wastewater treatment plant. Many facility managers have become familiar with the term FOG (Fats Oils and Grease), but are you aware of wastewater issues stemming from BOD and TSS?First, let's define some terms. Biochemical oxygen demand [...]

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Rotisserie Chicken Grease Collection makes Grocery Stores Money!

Many grocery stores now sell delicious rotisserie chickens.  However, cooking high volumes of rotisserie chickens produces lots of grease.  The average cooker produces 13 gallons of liquid a day.  The liquid is 70% grease and 30% water.  This puts a strain on the facility plumbing and grease tanks.  We have helped many grocery stores install [...]

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How to deal with a clogged mop basin

Making a New Year's To-Do list?  How about getting a solution to clogged mop sink drains? Why do mop basins, mop sinks, or utility tubs typically clog?  Because they get dirt, grime, and garbage poured into them constantly.  Not to mention mop strings and the occasional night crew who uses this drain like a garbage can.  If something [...]

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What's that smell? Check the bar tap drip tray!

Is there a bad smell around your bar?  We suggest checking your drip tray.  The drip tray collects the overflowing suds and as the beer accumulates in the drip tray and drain lines, it attracts unwanted bacteria, mold, and yeast growth. The beer tap drain lines will soon get clogged with slime, mildew, and [...]

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Three Important Products to consider in preparation of winter weather

Winter is pretty much upon us.  That means your restaurant, office, or facility will likely be facing its fare share of rain and snow which can cause a lot of facility headaches.  It is important to keep your employees and customers safe, and to do what you can to prevent unnecessary damage when the storms [...]

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The Only Patented NFPA 96 Compliant Hinge: The Super Hinge!

The Super Hinge has the required NFPA 96 Service Hold-Open Retainer requirement built right into it as part of our patented technology. The Super Hinge technology allows for: Easy one man installation Increases the service life of exhaust fans Makes maintenance of exhaust fans easyClick here to learn moreWhy are exhaust fan hinge kits important? Proper exhaust fan cleaning. [...]

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Black Spots on Sidewalks

Sidewalks are full of small black dots of all shapes and sizes. The bigger the city the more black dots there are. So what are these small strange dots? They are discarded chewing gum. Some thrown with a halfhearted attempt to make it to a trash can. Others simply dropped on the street as the person keeps walking.People have [...]

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