Removing fats, oils, and grease from wastewater is what Endura® does. Doing it in a way that is green and less costly is where it excels.
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Will You be Ready for FOG Control?
Until recently, Miami-Dade had a greasy situation on their hands. Between 2007 and 2012, sewer-performance issues resulted in 50 million gallons of sanitary overflow into the environment.
Why You Need to Put Grease in its Place
Grease is putting major stress on sewer systems. Even more stressful to restaurant owners, grease can be the cause of costly backups that have damaging effects on business.
Changing with the times: FOG Ordinance
Today, hydromechanical grease interceptors (formerly called grease traps) come in all sizes and shapes.
FOG Alert – Rethinking grease interception to handle today’s demands
With damage to sewer infrastructure on the rise, taking action and making clear changes for a better environment and future is essential.
Determining your FOG Maintenance Interval
One of the most important tools to ensure sufficient grease management within a facility is to correctly size, install and maintain a grease interceptor.
Measure Up for a Successful Installation
Each installation is unique. Ensure that the grease interceptor you install is the correct size for the application.
FOG Market Ready to Heat Up
South Florida county ordinance could provide municipalities roadmap to improved grease intercepting capabilities.
Guided by a philosophy of minimizing downstream toxic waste, Endura® engineers have designed grease interceptors that serve the best interests of the community and the wastewater ecosystem.
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What’s Below the Floor? Burrito Boyz Mexican Restaurant
When choosing the correct grease interceptor (GI), engineers and contractors need to consider more than just calculated volume and flow rates. The location of the grease interceptor also influences ch
Interceptor Latching and Riser System
After years of research, customer interviewers, and expert tinkering, Endura interceptors enjoyed an encouraging market debut. But as the reviews started rolling in, we learned many users were having
Dynamic Inlet Baffle
There’s no arguing that working with grease is a dirty job, but as the saying goes, someone’s got to do it! And whether the general public is aware of it or not, we’re all a lot better off thanks to t
All hail plastic, king of separation technologies
In an industry dominated by concrete and steel since its inception, plastic is proving to be an increasingly worthy adversary. Well, that’s the nice way to say it. But as engineers, we far prefer the
Understanding Flow Control
A hydromechanical grease interceptor (HGI) without a flow control device (FCD), is just a greasy, overpriced plastic bin. But throw an FCD into the mix, and for the first time in history, we are seein
Interceptor Maintenance : Why, when, and how
Sizing Up Grease Interceptors
Despite the lack of any actual cutting, the age old adage “measure twice and cut once” is intensely relevant when choosing the optimal interceptor for your project. Attempting to save money upfront by
As Clear As Grease
Grease management can be a daunting industry for newcomers, especially if it’s your first time trying to choose a system for your restaurant or project. And if you haven’t already, you’ll encounter a
Endura® Shines at FOG Forum