SwiftComply is working together with the food industry to mitigate community and environmental impacts and find a use for this waste resource.
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There is a great potential to pivot FOG from a pollutant to a waste resource material, but more awareness must be raised to enable this circular economy.
Tackling pollution caused by fats, oils and grease (FOG) requires fine collaborative work between water companies and food service establishments (FSEs).
Food businesses know that used cooking oil is important in waste management. But not all of them are made aware of the great potential that this ‘waste’ has.
SwiftComply has been selected by DIGITALEUROPE – Europe’s largest trade association representing the digitally transforming industries – as the Irish nominee for its annual Future Unicorn Award 2021.
SwiftComply takes home the trophy for “Emerging Company of the Year” in the 28th edition of the prestigious Technology Ireland Industry Awards.
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In this article, we will take a look at some initiatives that not only helped people to keep working efficiently during the pandemic, but also contributed to enhancing their connection with each other.
Specialists from the United States, Europe and the United Kingdom discuss what their cities are doing to eradicate fatbergs.