Biodiesel is receiving a boost from clean technology, like Greasezilla, that generates a low-cost, high-quality feedstock out of FOG waste. In this article, Brian Levine discusses how the biodiesel industry is benefitting from government programs, emerging technologies and growing public awareness of the need to lower overall consumption of fossil fuels.
Brian Levine discusses the growing trend of wastewater utilities to combine best practices with cutting-edge technologies, like Greasezilla®, to support
Brian Levine, EVP, discusses how industrial food processing facilities are beginning to incorporate clean technology, like Greasezilla, to treat their wastewater streams.
Downey Ridge Environmental Company CEO, Ron Crosier talked with Chemical Engineering’s Scott Jenkins to explain the science behind Greasezilla’s FOG separation process.
In this article, EVP Brian Levine discusses how Greasezilla® can help food preparation and processing businesses effectively manage grease disposal
Demand for Greasezilla is expanding beyond the traditional wastewater treatment and grease trap waste hauling sectors into the biodiesel production, anaerobic digestion, food processing and water reclamation industries.
The food processing industry is one of the latest sectors to recognize the benefits of Greasezilla’s FOG separation process. With Greasezilla’s flexible, modular system, FOG can be processed at the source instead of hauling it to other locations for processing and disposal.
Greasezilla is now available in a modular system configuration to accommodate remote collection sites and large-scale food production facilities where high volumes of FOG are generated.