Summer in the City

"Hot town, summer in the city/Back of my neck getting dirty and gritty," sang the Lovin' Spoonful. And that was before climate change heated things up, so to speak.

Impact Absorbents can't do much about planetary weather. But when it comes to the kind of FOG (fats, oils and grease) generated by restaurants, we offer you total control.

Our revolutionary Grease Catcher System will keep those harmful cooking by-products from damaging your restaurant roof, and protect storm drains in the bargain. Our specially designed "pillows" absorb the grease and oils that drip from your kitchen exhaust fan. These pillows are hydrophobic, fireproof, and adhere to EPA standards for absorbents. Once captured, the grease and oils will not leach out, even when soaked in rain or snow.

The Grease Catcher System is easy to install, lightweight, and won't rust. You can also purchase any of the System's seven elements separately, so if you need to replace the Grease Catcher Tray Pillow, for example, you won't need to invest in a whole new Grease Catcher System.

We always aim to provide economical as well as effective and eco-friendly spill containment and spill clean up solutions, so you can sleep easier at night. On your bed pillow, though. Just saying.

But, since we're talking about grease, perhaps you have a different problem. In all this heat, one of your trashcans has sprung a leak. No worries, there, either. 

Our Grease Police Universal Absorbent Poly-Backed Mat, with its impermeable moisture barrier, absorbs and holds any oil or water-based liquid. You can cut it to fit the bottom of a trash compactor to clear up messy garbage leaks, place it under paint buckets, use it on floors and entryways to prevent tracking — even collect drips under cars and other vehicles. 

So while we can't lower the temperature for you, we can help you prevent FOG and keep oil and water at bay. Though we're not meteorologists, we forecast happier summer days ahead.

 

 

 

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