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Environmental Issues From the Roof Top

The grease produced from commercial kitchen and restaurant cooking areas travels up the ductwork (although a large portion of it is caught in the hood filters), pulled up to the roof by the exhaust fan- the grease then runs into a greasetrap¬† installed next to the exhaust fan, but a lot of the grease ends […]

What is this nasty stuff?

Grease Wastewater

This is the grease and chemical wastewater that’s produced from ONE cleaning of ONE commercial kitchens’ and/or restaurant’s hood filters. This grease, and the chemicals used, will end up in area creeks, rivers, streams or lakes IF the hood filters are cleaned outside, as is a common practice, each and every time every restaurant or […]