Tuesday November 24, 2020

FOG software greases wheels of progress in food service

Tech entrepreneur saw firsthand the problems in complying with fat, oil and grease regulations

11th March, 2018
Michael O’Dwyer, who set up Swift Comply

Fat, oil and grease, the unsavoury by-products of the food service sector, are proving more appealing for tech entrepreneur Michael O’Dwyer, who has developed software to help restaurants comply with FOG (fat, oil and grease) and other health and safety regulations.

An engineer by trade, O’Dwyer established Swift Comply in 2016 having worked on a Dublin City Council programme to control the discharge of fat, oil and grease to public sewers.


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