Expecting an Irish Water Inspection? What’s Next?

Expecting an Irish Water Inspection? What’s Next?

Why are inspections necessary? There are two reasons why all Food Service Establishments need a grease trap. It prevents liquid FOG (fats, oils and grease) from entering your plumbing system It is a legal requirement to restrict your FOG from entering the public...
Which Grease Trap is Right for my Business?

Which Grease Trap is Right for my Business?

Grease Interceptors What if a grease interceptor didn’t leak, give off bad odours, consume huge amounts of electricity or require frequent cleaning and emptying? If you are a busy food operator you’ll know how expensive and disruptive a poorly designed...
Treatment for Grease Traps – How Fat Attack Works

Treatment for Grease Traps – How Fat Attack Works

Why Use FAT ATTACK? FAT ATTACK safely and economically digests grease and other organic waste to prevent FOG (fats, oils and grease) from blocking plumbing systems and grease traps. it significantly reduces the frequency of costly grease trap cleaning and maintenance....
How to be Ready for an Irish Water Inspection Visit

How to be Ready for an Irish Water Inspection Visit

MACS Compliance Reporting Under section 16 (1) of the Public Health Act, it is an offense for food operators to allow waste FOG (fats, oils and grease) to enter a public drain or sewer. The food operator is subject to criminal liability if they cannot demonstrate...