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 challenges worldwide
Greasezilla is a leading cleantech provider in the FOG and UCO separation industries, solving FOG processing and disposal challenges for water recovery facilities, grease haulers, industrial food processors and managed waste sites worldwide.
Greasezilla ecologically processes and repurposes the FOG waste stream into water and clean energy resources, including a low carbon intensity bio feedstock for renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel production. Greasezilla systems enhance sustainability measures, help to minimize greenhouse gas emissions, protect wastewater infrastructure and reduce the amount of waste dumped in landfills.
Greasezilla℠ is a turnkey standalone system that optimizes FOG separation while producing a high-quality Brown Grease advanced biofuel offtake. Greasezilla’s℠ patented technology can be used for complete separation, providing a purely ecological sound alternative to chemically treating, lagooning, landfilling, incineration or dumping FOG waste. By running entirely on five percent of the advanced biofuel it harvests, Greasezilla℠ is the most cost-efficient and ecologically responsible Brown Grease separator available.
Greasezilla℠ is the ideal solution for:
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.