Media Coverage2021-06-09T15:20:55+00:00

Safeway Used Oil & Grease Finds Their Solution with Greasezilla

MODERN PUMPING TODAY, October 2021 Big FOG Disposal Challenge in the Big Easy New Orleans boasts more than 1,400 eateries offering a delectable and diverse selection of Creole, Cajun, and international cuisines to an estimated nineteen million tourists each year. For local grease trap waste professionals, the amount of

October 18th, 2021|

Greasezilla announces $8M investment from Sheltowee CleanTech Fund

Downey Ridge Environmental Company, developer of Greasezilla™ FOG separation and processing systems, announces that Sheltowee CleanTech Fund I, LLC, is investing over $8,000,000 to expand Greasezilla technology nationwide. Greasezilla will invest the capital to build ten new Greasezilla FOG receiving stations with private and public joint venture partners across the

May 25th, 2021|

Greasezilla Appears on Digest Connect

Brian Levine and Bill Hambley appeared on a recent episode of Digest Connect with host Jim Lane. https://youtu.be/K_4WkacTZq0 In the episode, Brian and Bill review the growing number of applications for Greasezilla within wastewater treatment facilities, biofuels, biodiesel production, commercial food processors, water reclamation and independent hauling.

December 3rd, 2020|

New Feedstock Options and Trends Boost Biodiesel Production

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.

October 20th, 2020|

Fats, Oils and Grease Reclamation: A Modern Perspective

Brian Levine discusses the growing trend of wastewater utilities to combine best practices with cutting-edge technologies, like Greasezilla®, to support resource recovery, efficiency and sustainability. Fats, oils and grease (FOG) are a dirty and difficult challenge for the wastewater industry. Annually, FOG costs municipalities millions of dollars to manage. When not

September 24th, 2020|
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