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Sharing cooking essentials for the outdoor chef.
May 09, 2019

Cooking Essentials for the Outdoor Chef

Are you an outdoor chef or know someone with a passion for cooking outside? Whether you are hunkering down at a campsite or heading into the backcountry, a delicious meal should be something you look forward to. Ditch the charred hot dogs on your next trip and take your cooking to the next level. Whether

FOG Safe Drains Guards are now at Hardware Hawaii locations.
April 29, 2019

FOG Safe Drain Guards Now at Hardware Hawaii

If you follow us on social media, you have heard that FOG Safe Drain Guards can now be purchased at Hardware Hawaii. We are incredibly happy to be adding this partner to our growing list of retailers. (If you aren’t following us on social media yet, here is a link to our profiles. Let’s connect!)

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

Chef Anthony Serrano provides a FOG Safe Drain Guard review and camping tip.
January 15, 2019

Explore the Great Outdoors with a Camping Trip

Now that the holidays have passed and the new year us upon us, this can be a time that you start to think about spring and summer activities—and often a camping trip is on the activity list. Whether you are camping, taking an RV trip or planning to stay a week in a cabin away

Easy ways to live an eco-friendly lifestyle.
January 08, 2019

Five Easy Ways to Live an Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

Living a sustainable lifestyle is easier than you think—here we share five easy ways you can start living an eco-friendly lifestyle in 2019. We understand that big lifestyle changes can be overwhelming, but if you start small and really incorporate the small changes daily, you will have a big impact on your local environment and

FOG Safe Drain Guard
December 31, 2018

Top FOG Safe Blog Posts of 2018

To close out the year we are sharing the top three FOG Safe blog posts of 2018. It looks like fatbergs, fatberg prevention and the environmental impacts of sewer overflows were of particular interest this year. Fats, Oils & Grease Myth Busting—Holiday Edition One way to ensure a clog free holiday season is by properly

The dangers of a sewage overflow from fats, oils. grease.
December 13, 2018

How bad is a sewage overflow for the environment?

We are going to get right to the point, a sewage overflow is bad for the environment and public health. When raw sewage makes its way into the environment and ultimately our fresh water supply, we are all at risk. Our aging infrastructure, coupled with a change in food preferences (fried foods) and modern products

Fatberg removal is expensive for both cities and you.
December 05, 2018

Fatberg Removal is Expensive for Cities and You

Let’s take a trip down an urban sewer and discuss the expenses associated with fatberg removal. Fatbergs are made from a combination of fats, oils, grease, food scraps, wet wipes along with anything else that is frequently rinsed down the sink or flushed down the toilet. Breaking up a fatberg is like breaking up concrete—it’s