Grease Interceptor Clears Up FOG for Restaurant Caterer

Caitlin Shanley 2020 Vision, Wastewater

Tannenbaum Event CenterReno, Nevada Dishing up savory food for eager customers is what restaurants and caterers do best. Along with the tasty morsels that keep patrons coming back, though, are the byproducts of preparing certain foods. Fats, oils, and greases—otherwise known as FOG—must be disposed of properly to meet food service standards. Seeing through this FOG means having topnotch equipment to capture and remove the constant waste. Jensen Precast has 40-plus years of experience in providing precast concrete interceptors and separators to food service businesses. “Tannenbaum is an elegant Nevadan lodge that offers event space to a wide variety of …

When the FOG Clears

Nicholas Drake Blog, News & Media, Precast

As today’s restaurants, hotels, hospitals, and other commercial locations cater to an ever-growing population, so do the systems that treat and transfer the wastewater these businesses generate. The demand is greater than ever for pretreatment devices that protect sewer lines and prevent blockages and sanitary overflows by removing fat, oil, grease, and grit (FOG). Those involved in the effort to maintain our sewer systems must look to robust devices that can stand up to the task. Precast concrete interceptors, separators, and their related appurtenances offer the best choice for engineers, contractors, and communities seeking FOG solutions. Here are the top features to look for when selecting …