Marsh teams up with the Grease Contractors’ Association (GCA)

Leading UK tank manufacturer, Marsh Industries, has become a supporting member of the Grease Contractors’ Association (GCA).

The GCA is a non-profit organisation which provides a service to contractors, suppliers, research & developers, educators, manufacturers, consultants and business-users of grease management products, helping to develop best practice in the specification, installation, and maintenance of grease management systems.

Managing Director, Steve Boyer, announced “After a rigorous qualification process, we are delighted to be one of the first manufacturers of grease management tanks to join the GCA.”

“As an environmentally conscious company, we have a responsibility to educate and inform consumers on fats, oils and grease (FOG) reduction and to ensure our products and services continue to meet or exceed environmental standards.”

“We look forward to sharing our knowledge and experience of this sector with fellow members of the GCA.”

Marsh Industries manufactures a range of domestic and commercial grease management systems ranging in capacities from 2800 to 20,000 litres.

Recently, the company reassessed the currently prescribed testing methods for grease traps and devised its own unique test rig and analysis at Loughborough University.

The test rig addressed calls from the industry for clarity in testing procedures of grease trap technology. After completing trials, the Marsh GMS range of grease traps are proven to be the only products of its type to have been successfully tested using materials that match the FOG used in the food industry – as opposed to traditional test methods of using heating oils.

Since the tests Marsh has supplied bespoke grease separators designed to handle up to 20,000 meals per day at Heathrow Airport.

For information on FOG reduction and the Marsh GMS range of grease traps, contact the sales team on 01933 654582 or email sales@marshindustries.co.uk.

28 August 2018

Marsh industries becomes supporter member of the Grease Contractors' Association