As the area hub for grease collection, Greasezilla technology will take grease trap waste and separate it into three distinct layers:
1. Rich Brown Grease, comprising approximately 15 percent, is pumped
into holding tanks and converted into a rich, advanced biofuel.
Five percent of the carbon positive biofuel returns to fuel Greasezilla, and the other 95 percent is a salable commodity that can be used as a substitute for Fuel Oil #6. The low-moisture content (less than 1%) also makes the ABF an excellent feedstock for biodiesel conversion technologies.
2. Batter, making up about 5 percent, can serve as an excellent feedstock
for anaerobic digesters. It can also be treated with traditional processes
or be processed with the effluent water.
3. Residual pasteurized effluent water, comprising approximately 80
percent of the material and nearly free of suspended solids, can be
safely discharged to a wastewater treatment facility.