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first_imgUp to 150,000 sewer blockages each year are caused by fats, oils and grease (FOG) being thrown down sinks and drains. The time and expense involved in unblocking drains and subsequent clean-up operations can have an immediate impact on the bottom line.With the raft of legislation impacting on FOG disposal and use, such as food hygiene, landfill, environmental protection and water industry regulations, businesses are also under pressure to take action, or face costly consequences both financially and to their reputation.The Food Hygiene (England) Regulations 2006 and European Regulation (EC) No.852/2004 place responsibilities on food business operators to keep food premises clean, hygienic and free from pests, including requirements that grease is not allowed to build up and that premises and equipment are cleaned regularly to remove grease and dirt.Local authorities also have the power to inspect premises under the Food Safety Act 1990. Problems arising from the effect of fats, oils and greases on drains, resulting in a failure to comply with the Food Hygiene Regulations, could result in prosecution or an emergency prohibition order, which prevents trading from the premises.To help, Envirowise has produced a new guide, Better Management of Fat, Oils and Grease in the Catering Sector, covering the costs and issues associated with FOG in catering – from ways in which businesses can reduce use, treatment methods in the kitchen, recovery and disposal, to the importance of staff training and legal requirements.l Clare Campbell is food and drink specialist for Envirowise—-=== Top tips for better management of FOG ===l Change the recipe – Changes to menus and techniques can help to reduce the quantities of oils and fats used. Even small changes can have a significant impact.l Reuse fats and oils – With proper controls, it is possible to re-use fats and oils safely, particularly where a cooking/baking method requires a high throughput of the frying medium.l Use grease traps – Grease traps can be fitted to the drainage system to remove FOGs from wastewater and prevent their build-up in drains and sewers, which can lead to blockages.l Biological treatment – This typically involves the use of a bacterial culture that produces the enzyme lipase, which is able to break down fats, oils and greases, so that the bacteria present can use them as a source of food. Biological treatment should only be considered where fitting a grease trap is impractical due to a lack of space or for hygiene reasons.l Back to earth – Composting is another method of disposing of your waste. However, any composting must be undertaken in a licensed waste facility, carrying out the composting process in a sealed unit – that is, in-vessel composting – to guarantee the temperatures necessary to kill off any harmful micro-organisms present.l Training matters – During training, emphasise the need to dispose of waste fats, oils and greases in designated containers and not down the sink or the drain. Make sure staff understand that bad FOG management can lead to costly work to unblock drains and sewers, public health problems such as pest infestations, overflowing drains and bad smells, negative publicity and disruption to business and potential prosecution and fines not to mention potential loss of earnings for them.l Release the power – Used oils can either be converted to biodiesel or used for incineration for energy recovery – in other words, electricity generation. A growing number of companies offer commercial collection services for these purposes.Companies can contact the Envirowise Advice Line (0800 585794) or visit the Envirowise website (www.envirowise.gov.uk) to download the free ’Better Management of Fat, Oils and Grease in the Catering Sector’ Guide (GG809).last_img read more


first_img Follow the Foreign Office on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice and Facebook For journalists Two years on from the horrific chemical weapons attacks that took place in Khan Sheikhoun, and almost 1 year since the attack in Douma, we the United States, United Kingdom and France warn against, and remain firm in our resolve to respond appropriately to, any use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime. The regime’s history of repeatedly using chemical weapons against its own people cannot be disputed, and we remain determined to hold it accountable for indiscriminately killing innocent men, women and children with these heinous weapons. These attacks violate international norms, have caused extreme suffering, and contributed to a worsening of the already acute humanitarian crisis in Syria. The Assad regime was shielded from being held immediately accountable for its continued use of chemical weapons, in particular in the United Nations Security Council, with the dismantling of the independent investigative mechanism designed to attribute responsibility for chemical weapons attacks in Syria. Responsible states have remained committed to upholding the prohibition against chemical weapons and ensuring that there will be no impunity for those who use, seek to use, or protect those who use these weapons, in particular by strengthening the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). The OPCW’s Investigation and Identification Team will now work to identify the perpetrators of chemical weapons use in Syria, an important step in ensuring accountability. The United States, the United Kingdom, and France reaffirm their strong resolve to work jointly in achieving this practical goal. Only a credible, negotiated political settlement, in line with UN Security Council Resolution 2254, can end the conflict in Syria. The Assad regime must not repeat the use of chemical weapons in Syria. There should be no doubt as to our determination to act strongly and swiftly should the Assad regime use these weapons again in the future. Statement from the governments of the UK, France and USA:center_img Further information Media enquiries Email [email protected]last_img read more


first_imgSubmitted to Sumner Newscow – Whether or not the back-to-school hubbub affects you or your children, we hope you’ll attend our Back to School Breakfast with Barefoot Jerry on August 16 from 7-10 a.m. as a fundraiser for those served by Futures Unlimited at Barefoot Jerry’s located at 217 N. Washington in Wellington.Dine in and enjoy a delicious and filling breakfast skillet (diced potatoes, sausage, eggs and cheese) with a side of fresh fruit and a cinnamon roll with your choice of coffee or orange juice for only $5. Or call in a take out order at 359-1611. Take out orders will be served with orange juice.Purchase tickets from Futures, Barefoot Jerry’s or the chamber office. A limited number will be for sale the morning of the breakfast – so buy your tickets early!Futures is Sumner County’s trusted provider of disability supports and early intervention programs for more than 35 years, giving people of every age the help they need with the dignity they deserve.We are champions for empowerment, inclusion and opportunity – our passion, our mission!We invite you to learn about us at www.futures-unlimited.org, or find us on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/FuturesUnlimited. Also, view our YouTube channel by clicking HERE.last_img read more


first_imgThe dog was named after comedian Conan O’Brien. President Trump tweeted her picture saying she had done a “great job.” Conan was slightly wounded and now recovering.Baghdadi has been buried at sea with religious rites under Islamic custom. A special military dog named, “Conan” is being hailed as a hero. The female dog was injured when ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi blew himself up in a dead-end tunnel taking out three of his children as well. Newsweek is naming the Belgian Malinois that rode with the U.S. Army Special Forces in Syria to take down an ISIS leader Sunday night. President Trump gave credit to courageous K-9 on Monday.last_img


first_imgTallahassee, Fla. — Governor Ron DeSantis announced and applauded the efforts of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) to remove more than 3,600 invasive Burmese pythons from South Florida’s Everglades System.This month, FWC’s Python Action Team reached a major milestone of removing 1,000 Burmese pythons from the wild in Florida. The removal of these 1,000 snakes compliments the more than 2,600 pythons removed by the SFWMD’s Python Elimination Program.“I’m proud that our recent efforts to expedite the removal of invasive Burmese pythons from the Everglades are yielding results,” said Governor DeSantis. “The removal of more than 3,600 pythons by FWC and the South Florida Water Management District is an important milestone in this fight and demonstrates that our policies are working. Together, we will continue to build on this success and do all we can to preserve and restore our environment.”On August 7, Governor DeSantis joined FWC and the SFWMD to announce new efforts to remove pythons from the greater Everglades. The Governor directed FWC and the District to increase collaboration on a number of initiatives, including training programs, research, education campaigns and incentives for veterans to remove pythons.The SFWMD’s Python Elimination Program and FWC’s Python Action Team were created in March and April of 2017, respectively. Both programs were designed to further engage qualified individuals with python control efforts. In recent months, FWC has doubled their number of Action Team contractors, significantly increasing the number of pythons that have been removed.The FWC Python Action Team’s 1000th python was captured by Tom Rahill and the Swamp Apes Team in the Chekika region of Everglades National Park. It measured in at 9 feet, 5 inches long and weighed 23 pounds. The Swamp Apes Team is a group dedicated to serving U.S. veterans through serving the wilderness.“Removing thousands of snakes has certainly been a team effort! With the support of the Governor, we have been working with our partners with the South Florida Water Management District as well as the National Park Service to help us gain access to Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve, both national treasures,” said FWC Executive Director Eric Sutton. “We have also been fortunate to have U.S. heroes from veterans’ groups helping to lead the charge.”“Governor DeSantis brought new energy and bold leadership to Florida’s python program,” said SFWMD Executive Director Drew Bartlett. “We join our partners at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Everglades National Park in celebrating more than 3,600 pythons removed from the Everglades. Together, we’re all working to restore the Everglades and combat the harmful pythons that hurt Florida’s native wildlife.”“The dedication of Tom Rahill and the veterans of the Swamp Apes is commendable,” said Pedro Ramos, superintendent of Everglades and Dry Tortugas National Parks. “Not only do their consistent efforts remove countless invasive snakes, but the captured pythons also provide our biologists and our USGS partners opportunities for research so that we can seek new methods to control their population.”To learn more about FWC’s Python Action Team and the SFWMD’s Python Elimination Program, visit https://myfwc.com/wildlifehabitats/nonnatives/python/action-team/ and https://www.sfwmd.gov/our-work/python-program.last_img read more


first_imgA reported paging made at the San Diego International Airport as gone viral.Video shows the airport’s messaging system announcing a page for “Epstein Coverup” on a digital display.An airport spokesperson says the message was an employee mistake.A statement released Wednesday say the airport is taking the necessary steps to avoid such mistakes in the future.The message comes in the wake of a prominent pathologist Dr. Michael Baden, who was hired by Epstein’s brother and observed the autopsy, told Fox News its findings are more consistent with homicidal strangulation than suicidal hanging. He noted that the 66-year-old Epstein had two fractures on the left and right sides of his larynx, specifically the thyroid cartilage or Adam’s apple, as well as one fracture on the left hyoid bone above the Adam’s apple, Baden told Fox News.“Those three fractures are extremely unusual in suicidal hangings and could occur much more commonly in homicidal strangulation,” Baden, who is also a Fox News contributor, said.While there’s not enough information to be conclusive yet, the three fractures were “rare,” said Baden, who’s probed cases involving O.J. Simpson, President John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, record producer Phil Spector, New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez and many others.last_img read more


first_imgU.S. Senate Republican majority leader Mitch McConnell scoffed at the Senate minority leader’s letter requesting that new witnesses be allowed to testify in the expected Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.McConnell, speaking on the Senate floor Tuesday morning told the assembled Senators that he received a letter from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer asking to talk about potential witnesses for a Senate impeachment trial.McConnell said the letter is evidence that Democrats are hurriedly trying to fortify an argument that covers up the vast number of deficiencies in their impeachment effort.McConnell said, “Maybe the house’s public proceedings have left the democratic leader with the same impression they have left many of us, that from everything we can tell, House Democrats’ slapdash impeachment inquiry has failed to come anywhere near, anywhere near the bar for impeaching a duly elected president.”He also argued that: “It is not the Senate’s job to leap into the breach and search desperately for ways to get to guilty,” McConnell said in remarks prepared for deliver on the Senate floor, saying it was the job of the House of Representatives to build a case.“If House Democrats’ case is this deficient, this thin, the answer is not for the judge and jury to cure it here in the Senate,” he said.last_img read more


first_imgThe top Republican in the Senate will speak this morning about President Trump’s impeachment. The House voted yesterday to impeach Trump on two articles — abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he’ll take to the Senate floor in the morning. He called the impeachment “precedent-breaking.” Meanwhile, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is not committing to sending articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate right away.After the House voted to impeach Trump on two articles Wednesday, Pelosi suggested she could hold off on sending over the articles until Senate Republicans say they’ll hold a fair trial. Pelosi criticized Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for saying he wouldn’t be an impartial juror in the Senate trial.last_img read more


first_imgThe new year will bring with it a slew of new laws, and strict enforcement on a previously implemented bill.For starters, Florida Highway Patrol troopers will be issuing tickets to those caught texting and driving. Since the new law went into effect last summer, drivers have been receiving warnings.In recent years, texting while driving was considered a “secondary” offense in Florida, meaning that motorists could only be cited for texting if they were also stopped for other reasons. However, the new law (HB 107) makes it a “primary” offense.The law also bans drivers from talking on cellphones in school and work zones unless they are using “hands-free” electronic devices.Tickets for a first offense carry a $30 fine plus court costs, which could reach $108.16. The fine increases to $60, or $158.18 with court costs, for a second violation within five years.Highway Patrol troopers have issued about 800 warnings, while more than 1,150 have been issued in total among all law enforcement agencies statewide.Some of the other changes set to take effect on Wednesday include:-As part of an $87 million tax relief package (HB 7123), a sales-tax rate on commercial leases will be reduced from 5.7 percent to 5.5 percent. The change is expected to produce a $30.8 million cut in state and local taxes in the remaining six months of the fiscal year. Over the course of a full year, the savings are estimated to be around $64.5 million.-HB 831 will require health care practitioners to transmit prescriptions electronically, with some exceptions.-HB 409 will allow remote, online notarization of documents.-HB 427 establishes the Honor and Remember Flag, which will honor members of the military who have died in the line of duty. The law authorizes the flag to be flown at half-staff at state buildings and by local governments on Veterans Day, Gold Star Mother’s Day, or any day when a member of the military from Florida is killed in the line of duty.last_img read more


first_imgCourtesy of our partners at WPTV:FHP was in pursuit of a black SUV heading towards two security checkpoints at Mar-a-Lago around 11:40 a.m. when it breached both security checkpoints heading towards the main entrance, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.Officials discharged their firearms at the vehicle, PBSO said.The vehicle continued while being pursued by the Florida Highway Patrol and a PBSO helicopter.The vehicle has been located and two people are currently in custody, officials said.President Trump is not in town. He is scheduled to arrive Friday evening.This is a breaking story and will be updated.More information from WPTV here.last_img