The world's most beautiful McDonald's uses the top "FiltaFOG Cyclone" grease recovery unit
News Internal, 17/01/2022
The most beautiful McDonald's in Porto is now using the FiltaFOG Cyclone grease recovery unit.
© Photograph: Filta
Portugal has it: the most beautiful McDonald’s in the world! And it’s not just about superlatives in terms of ambience, but also in terms of grease recovery and clean waste water: because from now on, the number one fast food provider in the secretive capital of Porto is using the “FiltaFOG Cyclone” grease recovery unit, which tops all current grease separation and energy efficiency values and is already planned for other locations.
The McDonald’s restaurant, which opened in 1995, is located in the premises of the famous Café Imperial, which opened in the city in the 1930s. Café Imperial was known at the time as an example of Art Deco architecture.
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Filta - mobile full service around the deep fryer - was founded in the UK in 1996 and operates on a franchise basis. It is now established in many countries around the world and has also been active in Germany and Austria (since 2018) since 2015 with FiltaFry Deutschland GmbH, which has been part of the Filta Group since 2018. The concept includes filtering and cleaning the cooking oil as well as cleaning the fryers on site, including acceptance and professional disposal of the used oil. Filta delivers fresh oil on request and takes care of refilling the fryers. In addition, Filta offers other mobile services: direct on-site manufacture of refrigerator seals, regular chemical-free drain cleaning and disinfection, and state-of-the-art solutions in the field of grease separation and permanent cleaning of fume hoods. Customers include restaurants and snack bars, hotels, caterers, sports venues, amusement parks, refectories, canteens and many more.
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