corporate FOg strategy

Solve Your Organisations Grease Management Challenges

Scaling your business is challenging and expensive. At Magnete, we work with you to develop actionable FOG (Fat, Oil and Grease) strategy to simplify process, takes into account your environment and accelerates your organisational FOG compliance as well as supporting your staff with the day to day tasks.

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On the journey to FOG compliance, a multi site business can lose sight of the most important part:


As a result, strategy falls by the wayside, service and maintenance processes are ad hoc, key relationships are hit and miss, and makeovers are saved for a rainy day.

Any of this sound familiar? Whether you’re a startup or further along, the right planning and grease management support isn’t a nice-to-have. It is essential.
The Plan.
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The Full Spectrum –
Practical and Effective

Unlike other strategic grease management experts, we have designed a comprehensive resource library, solutions, best practice and experience pool that supports your business.

    TOUGH CHALLANGES
CLEAR ANSWERS
     > No real path
     > Short-term decision-making
     > Makeshift service practices
     > Staffing and culture issues
     > Lack of partner alignment
     > Not enough time or foresight
> A roadmap for success
> Long-term, mission-focused plan
> Systems to support every need
> Defined roles and structure
> Partners who make you better
> Full FOG compliance
circular economy

The journey to a new, better water economy

Our commercial waste frameworks are changing on an unprecedented scale. Although the reasons for this change and the impact may vary from region to region, there are still some overarching, key trends that are driving market dynamics the world over. The global shift towards decarbonisation and understanding of resource scarcity, for example, is making waste water an increasingly important commodity in many industries and areas of life. In addition to this, previously centralised waster water utilities structures are changing as key assets are becoming increasingly distributed. This started with micro fresh and waste water treatment and is now spreading to areas such as FOG (Fat, Oil and Grease) retention solution. The growing importance of the commercial kitchen in the water economy is playing a crucial role here, with customers demanding much more active focus on preserving resources.

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Circular Economy and how it should work

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