Welcome to the New Location for the Interceptor Whisperer Blog

January 06, 2016

2016 promises to be a very interesting and challenging year. Let's see, we are electing a new president this year, the Seattle Seahawks look set to make another run at the super bowl, and...
Oh yeah, this blog has moved to a new location:

If you are seeing this post on the new location on Schier Products new fancy shmancy website then welcome!

We moved the blog here in order to create a better landing experience for those who choose to visit the blog site. We want to provide more educational materials and down-loadable teaching aides along with interesting, humorous or topical blog posts.

If you want to receive an email notice when a new blog is posted simply click on the link above (the one that looks like an envelope above).
If you were signed up on the blog previously, you will need to sign up again here since we are using a different email subscription service.

During the sign-up process you'll have the option of signing up for the Interceptor Whisperer as well as a new platform from Schier called the Pioneer Pulse.

The Pioneer Pulse will offer company specific updates such as new or improved products, new or enhanced features, new pricing, new literature, videos and so on.
Why not sign up for both so you'll always be up to date on latest happenings at Schier.
Happy new year and welcome to the new home of the Interceptor Whisperer blog.


  • Kandyce

    Aug 31, 2016

    Can anyone provide information on Organic Food Digesters used at Food Service Establishments. The digester turns the food waste into effluent water which goes down a floor drain in the kitchen and into the public sanitary system. Are there any federal regulation(s) prohibiting this discharge or is it up to the individual ordinance?

  • David Cox

    Feb 24, 2016

    Using your product for lint interception than you for a quality product. But My Denver Broncos took all this year. World Champions for a whole year Whooo!

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