Whether You Haul It, Process It, or Dispose of It

FOG Waste is a costly headache that can be highly profitable. Greasezilla Solves FOG Treatment and Disposal, Worldwide

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Greasezilla™ removes brown grease from collected FOG waste. The system is simple to operate, works without additives or dewatering, leaves little to be further processed, and has a total operating expense of 1- 2¢ cents per gallon.

Greasezilla™ generates it’s own heat using the very same biofuel it processes from FOG waste. No additives, additional processing, blending, or fossil fuels are required.

Greasezilla is a turnkey standalone system that can also be used for the optimization of Dissolved Air Flotation & Anaerobic Digester systems. Greasezilla can be used for complete separation or to homogenize substrates for digesters.

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Wastewater Treatment Plants

who want to keep FOG waste out of sewers and infrastructure but want to insure it is being treated responsibly in their communities.

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Commercial FOG Processors

Who want to eliminate or significantly reduce costs associated with dewatering, composting, land applying, and hauling while adding revenue by selling the biofuel offtake.

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Grease Trap Waste Pumpers

who want to spend less time and money searching for, driving to and waiting for receiving stations that accept FOG waste—and want to spend more time servicing customers.

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This plant profile originally appeared in Water & Wastes Digest February 2020 issue as "HRSD Nansemond Treatment Plant" Located in Suffolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Sanitation District’s  (HRSD) Nansemond Treatment Plant is devoted to using fats, oils & grease (FOG) separation technology to advance its processes. Serving Smithfield and Isle of Wight County, as well as parts of the cities of Chesapeake and Portsmouth, the HRSD Nansemond

Clearing the FOG – Reclaiming advanced biofuel from Fats, Oils and Grease

By Ron Crosier, President, Downey Ridge Environmental Company Special to The Digest Biofuels offer a renewal energy source that can reduce dependence upon fossil fuels. The EPA reports that replacing fossil fuels with biofuels has the potential to reduce the negative effects of fossil fuel production and use, including conventional and greenhouse gases (GHG) pollutant emissions, exhaustible resource depletion, and dependence on unstable suppliers. Critics of biofuels argue

Danbury’s FOG-to-fuel solution

An innovative FOG-to-Biodiesel approach addresses a costly problem for the wastewater industry and also generates a new energy resource for treatment operations. Brian Levine of GreasezillaTM and Al Barbarotta of REA explain. Fats, oils, and grease (FOG) waste is a serious and growing problem for the wastewater industry and the environment. Every year, grease costs municipalities millions of dollars in clogs, equipment damage, and sewer line


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GREASEZILLA™ Prevents This

While most communities have instituted FOG abatement programs at the commercial level and education programs for consumers, few are addressing what happens to Grease trap waste once it is collected. This can result in grease getting dumped untreated into sewer systems and causing sanitary sewer overflows. Rising disposal costs have led some municipal governments to subsidize tipping fees in an attempt to prevent illegal dumping, with limited success. In the U.S., approximately one of every two dollars allocated to sewer line maintenance is spent to repair grease clogs and other grease-related damage. This translates into a $25 billion headache annually.


is an environmentally sound alternative to chemically treating, lagooning, landfilling, incineration, or dumping FOG waste. Plus, Greasezilla™ creates and burns its own fuel. It’s carbon negative, burning no fossil fuels in the process.

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