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What we do

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    Products

    RGR are the UK distributors for Grease Guardian, as well as supplying other manufacturer’s products.

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    Installations

    Our experienced team of engineers install grease removal equipment across the whole of the UK.

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    Servicing

    RGR service engineers cover the full length of the country. We service all forms of grease removal units.

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    Drainage

    RGR carry out a full drainage service across the country on commercial premises.

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Clients

Projects and NEWS

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  • Why do I need a Grease Trap? The Legal Requirements

    Fat, oil and grease when cooled congeal, harden and stick to the inner lining of drainage pipe restricting wastewater flow and blocking pipes. As a result, there are a number of legal requirements that have been put in place to help prevent fat, oil and grease entering drainlines and sewerage systems. Water companies, landlords, the local government and the environmental agency can all prosecute sites for having improper waste management.

  • Five facts about Fatbergs

    Fatbergs provide a glimpse into the darker side of modern life. These oily beasts are growing right beneath our feet and clogging sewers around the world. Here are just five facts about Fatbergs that you should know.

  • Why Maintain your Grease Trap? 6 Reasons regular maintenance and servicing is so important

    Grease traps are increasingly becoming a key feature in commercial kitchens across the UK and Ireland, with many landlords now requiring grease traps to be installed to prevent FOG (fats, oils, and grease) from entering the sewer water. However, like many appliances within a kitchen, grease traps require regular maintenance and servicing to keep running constantly and efficiently. Here we detail why and how we can help.

  • Major fatberg blocks the sewers of a Southern Seaside town

    Barely a week into 2019 a sizeable, 64 metre long fatberg has reared its head beneath the Southern seaside town of Sidmouth...