Dan

Daniel Damme is a Director at Magnete currently living and working in Stratford-upon-Avon, UK. His areas of focus as a consultant are Grease Management and IOT. Over the years he has worked for clients large and small across all five continents always excelling to make a difference. Besides working on projects, Daniel travels all over the country attending and speaking at conferences in order to gain new inspiration and inspire others. When he isn’t working on the next project, Daniel loves spending time with his family and friends or reinventing medieval recipes from the past, ideally both at the same time.

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FOG fines are often result of confusion not mal-intent by FSE (Pubs, Restaurants, Take Away, Fish & Chips etc.)

Not enough time, other more pressing issues, lack of clear guidance from experts and general confusion around standards are probably the main reason around the recent increase of breaches of the Water Industry Act 1991.

September 28, 2021

WHY LITTLE DIPPER GREASE TRAP MAY BE THE IDEAL CHOICE FOR A TAKEAWAY

If you own a Takeaway shop or other business within the foodservice industry, chances are good that you are already using some sort of grease separator or grease trap. If not, sooner or later you will likely face clogged pipes, back-ups into your kitchen and costly fines.

September 28, 2021

WHY POINT-OF-SOURCE GREASE TRAPS MAY BE THE IDEAL CHOICE FOR A FISH AND CHIPS SHOP

If you own a Fish and Chips shop or other business within the foodservice industry, chances are good that you are already using some sort of grease trap. If not, sooner or later you will likely face clogged pipes, back-ups into your kitchen and costly fines.

September 28, 2021

Grease Emulsification, how to reduce the emulsion - THE INVISIBLE GREASE THIEF

Emulsion is a “fine dispersion of minute droplets of one liquid in another in which it is not soluble or miscible.” So what does that mean in plain English?

September 28, 2021

What does the phrase "Those two mix like oil and water" really mean?

We use the term “Those two mix like oil and water,” when describing two people who don’t like each other. Maybe you’ve also noticed shimmering oil floating on the surface of water on the road after it rains. In both cases you understand that water and oil don’t mix well —but have you ever wondered why? So many other things can dissolve in water—why not oil? In this activity we’ll explore what makes oil so special.

September 28, 2021