FOG waste can be a valuable resource for reuse and circular initiatives. Our panel of experts explored some of the initiatives currently in place, as well as the challenges and opportunities.
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FOG research is ongoing around the world. What is the latest and how can we use research to encourage collaboration with stakeholders?
The third European FOG Summit brought fat, oil and grease into sharp focus, reigniting the conversation around achieving long-term and sustainable environmental protection.
Unblocktober is the world’s first month-long campaign dedicated to raising awareness in sea and sewer health.
A look into how city managers in the US have dealt with their FOG programmes during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Now in its third year, the European FOG Summit is set to take place in the UK for the first time, in Brighton, on 14 October 2021
SwiftComply is working together with the food industry to mitigate community and environmental impacts and find a use for this waste resource.
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).