Pushing Up Standards

As one of the founder members of the GCA (Grease Control Association), we are committed to driving up standards of FOG control across the Restaurant and Catering Industry. 
With that in mind, we are working in conjunction with fellow leaders in the FOG […]

Wednesday 7th February 2018

Brunning and Price now implementing Fogtrap

  We are proud to announce that Brunning and Price – a successful operator of quality Pub Restaurants nationwide – are now implementing our unique Mobile Greasetrap System along with our Aquarius Inline Food Filter on their Preparation Sinks.
In addition, Max Freeman, […]

Thursday 12th October 2017

2 New products available now

From this month we are proud to announce  2 new products available from our parent company, Aquarius!
These include:
A top-of-the-range Glasswasher and Dishwasher liquid that offers sparkling results, especially lipstick removal, without the need for Water Softener, Detergent or Renovation of […]

Monday 4th September 2017

Wider range of Greasetraps now available!

Our relationship with new and existing high profile brands strengthens with the introduction of a wider range of mobile Greasetrap sizes to accommodate the more stringent specifications for FOG control required by Landlords and Water Authorities.
Watch this space!   
We […]

Friday 4th August 2017

Grease Trap Maintenance

This article will look at why grease traps need to be cleaned and the basic steps associated with this and more importantly, the question is how can this be avoided – we will explain.
Why bother?
Whether it is clothes getting dirty, […]

Tuesday 27th January 2015

What Are Grease Traps & Why Are They Needed?

Grease traps are known by different names – grease recovery devices, grease interceptors etc. Their purpose is to act with the plumbing equipment to trap grease as water is washed away, before it enters the household / properties main waste […]

Wednesday 7th January 2015

What is a Grease Trap & How Can It Help My Business?

Mention a grease trap to someone and you would get a range of responses. Some people would think you were speaking another language, some people’s eyes would glaze over and others would not have a blunt clue what you were […]

Wednesday 24th December 2014

Different Types of Grease – A Lesson in Chemistry

Grease can be defined as a petroleum based product with a combination of soap or soap mixtures which may or may not be without fillers.
Simply put, oxidation is the process of gaining or losing oxygen through movement of electrons.Grease is […]

Thursday 11th December 2014