Across the globe, we have become increasingly aware that removing fats, oils and greases (FOG) from sewer lines is a critical issue. Grease accumulation in sewer lines has been estimated to cause $25 billion in damage nationally every year, so our government is cracking down on regulatory measures to keep harmful FOG out of sewer lines using grease traps. However, the problems don’t end there. Companies who clean grease traps need municipal plants to be able to accept all of the grease trap waste generated by the restaurants, businesses and state-and-federally run entities in their local community, or they face a litany of costly and environmentally irresponsible problems. From hauling the waste excessive distances- burning massive amounts of fossil fuels in the process- to paying exorbitant fees at the acceptance stations because the station lacks the equipment to process the trap waste efficiently- if at all.