• 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 repair. Not only is FOG costly to handle and remove, but it is also the primary cause of sewer backups. The largest source of grease comes from restaurants and commercial kitchens. Ideally, grease is +

  • Hampton Roads Sanitation District Selects Greasezilla for FOG Separation Technology at Nansemond Treatment Plant

    LANSING, W.VA, DEC 6, 2019 — Greasezilla™ has been selected by Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) to provide the most cost-effective and ecologically sound FOG (fats, oils and grease) Separation Technology for the Nansemond Treatment Plant in Suffolk, Virginia. HRSD did an industry-wide search for the most efficient and advanced system to separate FOG into its basic components, sending the water back to the treatment center headworks and responsibly recovering advanced biofuel. The construction of the new facility is expected to begin in Spring 2020. HRSD and the localities it serves are diligently working with responsible restaurant owners to keep +

  • Fats, Oils & Grease Waste

    Fats, oil, and grease (FOG) are a major problem for municipal systems around the world when they clog pipes and sewer systems and cost tax payers millions of dollars to clean up. Brian Levine joins the ZWC to talk about how his company Greasezilla is filtering out this waste before it enters problem areas and converting that waste to useful biofuel. We even talk about the future potential for tankers and cruise ships to use their own FOG waste for power! This would ultimately save FOG from being dumped in landfills and the ocean, while saving on dirty bunker fuel +

  • Battling FOG Waste with Technology – Greasezilla Invades WEFTEC

    Last week, leaders from municipal waste water and water quality utilities joined the industry experts and equipment manufacturers that make specialized water treatment technologies in Chicago for the annual WEFTEC Conference. This event, which is sponsored by the Water Environment Federation (WEF), is the premier conference and technology expo for the organizations that treat waste water and ensure that clean water is available to constituents, as well as the companies that are innovating new and exciting technologies to make water quality better and water treatment more effective. This year’s WEFTEC Conference came at a very interesting time in the waste water +

  • Greasezilla Selected by Danbury Wastewater Treatment Center

    Greasezilla Selected to be the Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) Separation Technology for the Danbury Wastewater Treatment Center LANSING, W.Va. – Sept. 18, 2019 – GreasezillaTM, the most cost-effective and ecological brown grease separator available, is pleased to announce it has been selected as an integral part of a new state-of- the-art FOG-to-Biodiesel receiving station for the Danbury, Connecticut Waste Water Treatment facility. Greasezilla’s patented solution separates FOG into its basic elements, sending the water back to the treatments center headworks and recovering highly profitable brown grease as an Advanced Biofuel. At the heart of FOG receiving stations, the Greasezilla +

  • Revisit Your Facility’s Grease Waste Process and Turn FOG into an Asset

    Link to Original Article You may be flushing a valuable resource down the metaphorical drain when disposing of grease trap waste. Yes, the big bad wolf of commercial plumbing that the industry has struggled to combat over the past two decades may be hiding a gem in that mess of congealed fats, oils and grease. New technologies are allowing the possibility of resource recycling for FOG, and it’s arriving at a time when FOG is considered one of the most significant problems facing municipal systems and treatment plants. “There’s just a massive amount of FOG out there, and the challenge +

  • Greasezilla Aims to Solve a Problem and Help Raise Revenue for Pumpers

    As demand increases for alternative fuels, Greasezilla brown grease reclaimers may provide a disposal solution and new revenue stream for large haulers and publicly owned treatment works (POTWs). Greasezilla recovers brown grease using a low-resource process. “It’s a two-tank, two-boiler system. They feed in their waste, and it’s heated over a period of time, very systematically, at a rate that creates this separation. After a 24- to 30-hour period, the oil is extracted,” says Roger Sciorsci, national FOG (fats, oils and grease) consultant with Greasezilla. “The best part about Greasezilla is there are no additives; it just works on its +

  • Greasezilla in the News

    TechConnect highlights WV innovators such as Greasezilla, others, WV News, March 25, 2019 Treatment plant ready to turn grease into greenbacks, Wareham Week, Feb 13, 2017 +