Oil Management Helps Run a Tight Ship

Queen Mary

February 23, 2016

Oil Management Helps Run a Tight Ship

The Queen Mary is a hotel with a storied history. But with the ship’s age came a unique set of operational challenges, including a faulty kitchen plumbing system. The hotel tasked William Murray, who joined the crew as director of facilities in 2014, with solving the kitchen maintenance issues that plagued the ship.

“I quickly learned that kitchen employees had no process in place for [used cooking] oil containment,” he says. “As we used hydro-jet to clean our main plumbing lines, huge chunks of used cooking oil came out. The system’s used cooking oil traps were working, but it was evident that they weren’t being maintained properly.”

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Oil Management Helps Run a Tight Ship
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Oil Management Helps Run a Tight Ship
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The Queen Mary is a hotel with a storied history. But with the ship’s age came a unique set of operational challenges, including a faulty kitchen plumbing system. The hotel tasked William Murray, who joined the crew as director of facilities in 2014, with solving the kitchen maintenance issues that plagued the ship.
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