Spare a thought and be thankful this Thanksgiving for the “Flushers” – The unsung hero’s below our streets that across the US and around the World who keep ‘stuff’ moving to protect of our health and safety “up-top”.
Latest issue from Water Canada
For all you lovers of Grease Traps, Grease Interceptors, FOG and all things #Fatberg – Following the 2015 publication of ‘The Adventures of Fatberg’ a new collaboration begins with Water Canada magazine – FATBERG The comic strip gets first publication in the upcoming May/June issue of Water Canada. #Fatberg #FOGFuturologies
Is it any wonder that London has seen the largest Fatbergs found to date given the latest news? A fatberg ‘autopsy’ has revealed – not surprisingly perhaps – all manner of health endangering bacteria mixed with the combined makeup of the typical Fatberg – but performance enhancing steroids…
As Earth day 2018 passes on by – the clock is ticking on the 50th anniversary of the Earth Day movement in 2020. The implementation and adoption of resilient hybrid systems for the proper management of Fats, Oils, Grease and Food Solids (FOGS) is a strong candidate to be the focus of the 2020 activities, but there is much to do to bridge awareness gap in the foodservice industry and beyond.
Just published in the March issue of Green Building and Design – FOG on the Water. Great to see FOG being talked about in the sustainability arena. Will only increase exposure toward the ongoing development of the New 2018 LEED Innovative Design credit. FOG on the Water – Download
The 2018 NSF FOG Prevention Conference provided a solid platform for interaction and exchange between key industry players. Three key trends came through from the 16 presentations made over the 2 Day conference in Ann Arbor, MI. Hybrid FOGS Control systems; Interceptor Monitoring Developments; Sustainability and Building Resilience will all be significant in 2018 and beyond.
As futuristic as it sounds, the 3D printing of food is already a technical reality – as is engineering the nutritional value of the printed food products. For those reading this blog that do not have a product development background, you will have periodically seen news stories as landmarks in […]
You would hope that “What’s really important in the management of FOGS?” would be one of the first questions that is asked regardless of what your role, or scope of work is within the industry landscape. Right? Well, based on my experience over the last 12+ years, unfortunately this is […]