We have changed our billing software and also our billing format. Bills are now in the form of a post card. As you can see from the below image, all of the information is the same as on your previous bill. This new format will help us save on paper waste, and postage costs. We are working here to create efficiencies every day, and this is one of those projects.
Fats, Oils and Grease are also known as FOG which comes from food such as cooking oil, lard, shortening, meat fats, sauces, gravy, mayonnaise, butter, ice cream and soups. FOG can either be liquid or solid and may turn viscous or solid as it cools in the underground sewer. When not disposed of properly, FOG can cause blockages in the sanitary sewer which could result in sewer backups. FOG can create acidic conditions that can corrode or dissolve certain types of sewer pipes.
The best way to dispose of FOG are proactive procedures during food preparation, food disposal, and general kitchen maintenance. Some ways include:
● Wipe off dishes, pots, pans and cooking utensils before rinsing or washing. ● Collect waste cooking oils for recycling or collect oils in a can and dispose of in the garbage ● Use sink strainers to collect food waste ● Dispose of food scraps in the garbage as opposed to the garbage disposal