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FOG Safe Drain Guards best bacon grease disposal method.
July 17, 2019

FOG Safe: Disposing of Leftover Bacon Grease

Whether you are frying a pan of bacon at home, in an RV or over a campfire, the end result is the same—delicious bacon and a pan full of bacon grease. The problem then arises, “what should I do with this pan of grease?” Below are four out-of-the-box recommendations on the best and most environmentally

FOG Safe Drain Guards social media outlets
June 19, 2019

FOG Safe Drain Guards Social Media Outlets

At FOG Safe our mission is to help educate the public about the issues of rinsing cooking fats, oils and grease down the kitchen sink and the global rise of fatbergs—both of which have damaging consequences on the local environment, ecosystem and waterways. Our goal is to protect the environment and keep harmful contaminants out

Fatberg prevention starts with education and community outreach.
May 22, 2019

Fatbergs: What are you doing to help?

It is no secret that cities around the globe are experiencing a rise in fatbergs within city sewers. These sewer ‘monsters’ are comprised of fats, oils, grease, wet wipes and hundreds of other hygienic and illicit items that should not be put down drains or flushed. Once a fatberg begins to form it quickly grows

Facts and product information about the FOG Safe Drain Guard.
April 07, 2019

The FOG Safe Drain Guard At-A-Glance

We could talk about the FOG Safe Drain Guard all day; however, we know that your time is valuable and sometimes you just want the facts laid out in front of you. Below we have listed facts and information you need to know about FOG Safe Drain Guards, what they do and how you can

Avoid clogged pipes with FOG Safe Drain Guard.
March 31, 2019

Clogged Pipes Quickly Drain Your Wallet

Calling a professional plumber to repair clogged pipes in your home is expensive. According to Home Advisor, the average cost of hiring a plumber is now $306 – yikes. Now imagine this bill arriving a few times a year because you are not careful of what you rinse down the sink or flush down the

FOG Safe Drain Guards are the best kitchen drain guards for oil and grease disposal.
March 24, 2019

The Versatility of FOG Safe Drain Guards

We all appreciate a great life hack and that is just what FOG Safe Drain Guards are—they are a way to responsibly dispose of cooking oil and grease while keeping our environment free of pollution. The FOG Safe Drain Guard is a great kitchen companion, and its versatility means that it can also make your

Fatberg prevention begins with community outreach and education.
February 27, 2019

Fatberg Prevention Campaign Partnerships

Our FOG Safe team understands that fatberg prevention starts with community outreach and education. If the community understands the harm being caused by these congealed lumps of fats, oils, grease, food scraps, wet wipes, diapers, etc. and the financial burden it is causing their city and ultimately themselves, we know that people will be eager

Facts and product information about the FOG Safe Drain Guard.
February 12, 2019

A Top Kitchen Product and Camping Hack

We all appreciate a great life hack—FOG Safe Drain Guards are just that, a versatile kitchen product and life hack that you will want to share. The FOG Safe Drain Guard works both inside the kitchen and outside while camping. FOG Safe Drain Guards in the Kitchen FOG Safe Drain Guards are a top kitchen

FOG Safe will be attending the International Home and Housewares Show 2019.
February 06, 2019

The International Home and Housewares Show 2019

Our FOG Safe team will be at the International Home and Housewares Show (March 2nd – 5th). The show is located in Chicago at the state-of-the-art McCormick Place Exposition Center. About the International Home and Housewares Show The International Home + Housewares Show features more than 2,200 exhibitors from over 45 countries and more than

Fatberg prevention starts with education and community outreach.
January 29, 2019

Fatberg Prevention Starts with Education

Fatberg prevention needs to start with education and outreach. The visceral response of seeing a congealed lump of fats, oils, grease, food scraps, wet wipes, diapers, and other items that form these massive fatbergs growing beneath cities, shows that people are both intrigued and disgusted. Fatbergs are not a recent phenomenon, yet in recent years