Published in Biofuels Digest (online). “Greasezilla releases modular system to facilitate off-site collection.

In West Virginia, Downey Ridge Environmental Company, developer of Greasezilla™, says that its FOG (fats, oils & grease) Brown Grease separation technology 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.

Designed for both interior and exterior placement, the modular Greasezilla FOG separation system is scalable in 10,000-gallon processing modules. Each module permits a site to process up to four million gallons of grease trap waste per year. Modular Greasezilla systems ship fully assembled, streamlining the installation process.

Greasezilla also announced a new lease-to-own program, providing additional flexibility for its customers. Furthermore, Greasezilla announces that its Fuel division will purchase the Brown Grease, an Advanced Biofuel produced by its systems as a service to its clients. The Brown Grease commodity offtake service offers Greasezilla customers the opportunity to profit from ‘Greasezilla Fuel’ without the hassle of managing the reselling process themselves.