London & the South East's total grease management service provider
The Grease Guru London team is your one stop shop for grease management. We supply, install, service and repair grease traps and grease recovery units across the Greater London and South East regions. Since 1991, commercial kitchens have a legal responsibility to safely dispose of fats, oils and grease (FOG) that can be generated on a day to day basis in the kitchen environment. We have the knowledge, manpower and technology to help you do just that.
Who do we work with?
We work with businesses that operate a commercial kitchen and produce excess FOG and need to dispose of it inexpensively and environmentally. These business sectors include:
Fast food outlets
Total grease management
Grease Guru are London’s number 1 grease management service provider. Whatever your requirement we have the skills and expertise to deliver. Our services include:
Grease trap and recovery unit supply
We stock a range of quality grease management products suitable for all kinds of purposes within the commercial kitchen environment. We both sell and rent these products.
Grease trap and recovery unit installation
Our team of grease management engineers are fully trained and ready to help identify the right product fit for purpose. and efficiently install within your commercial premises.
Grease trap and recovery unit maintenance
Prevention is better than the cure. Our grease trap and grease recovery unit maintenance packages can ensure your London commercial kitchen is always clean and up to code.
Grease trap and recovery unit cleaning & repair
We are London’s leading grease management service provider. Our grease trap cleaning and repair service will keep your commercial kitchen running smoothly and to code.
Get a water act compliance survey
Received a FOG audit? Worried you are in breach of the 1991 water act?
Section 111 of the water industry act of 1991 states that pubs, restaurants, and takeaway premises found to be discharging oils, fats and greases into the sewer causing a compromise to the free flow of wastewater can be prosecuted. Prosecution can result in a substantial fine.
- Have you received a letter from your water board questioning your compliance?
- Are you concerned that you are in breach of section 111 and as a result liable for prosecution?