Greasezilla partners with pumpers to install FOG separation systems in key cities

Feb. 19, 2021
The company is investing $1 million per facility in joint ventures to build FOG processing facilities nationwide.

LANSING, W.VA -- Downey Ridge Environmental Company, developer of Greasezilla™, announced its work with a rising number of pumpers seeking end-to-end solutions from pumping through to processing, embracing new profitable technologies, and reducing landfilling. This new generation of pumpers is transforming the industry by expanding FOG (fats, oils and grease) processing and reuse within their communities.

Greasezilla is actively selecting established FOG hauling and FOG receiving operations to install and operate Greasezilla systems as part of its expansion strategy; while preparing to invest up to $1,000,000 per site location to install Greasezilla systems in prime markets in joint venture operations. Currently, Greasezilla is working with pumpers in New Orleans, Jacksonville, Austin, Atlanta, Washington, Idaho, Ohio, Tampa and Chicago who have realized the business, energy and environmental benefits of processing FOG themselves.

The growing demand for Greasezilla systems is being fueled by the up-and-coming pumper generation interested in turnkey operations from hauling through processing. Pumpers who partner with Greasezilla spend less time and money searching for, driving to and waiting for receiving stations that accept FOG waste. Greasezilla operators can generate significant profits while recovering biofuel and other energy resources, supporting a robust circular economy where FOG is generated, recovered and reused all within the region.

Greasezilla offers a practical system that manages FOG waste, providing a significant economic opportunity for haulers, pumpers, POTWs and commercial food processors alike. As the most cost effective and ecological grease trap separator worldwide, Greasezilla separates grease trap waste without the need for polymers, flocculants or landfilling, and powers itself with five percent of the ABF it generates. 

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