Danbury Wastewater Treatment Plant employs Greasezilla’s FOG seperation technology

Greasezilla in the News:

Greasezilla featured in WaterWorld for their FOG waste removal technology and it’s new role at Danbury Wastewater Treatment Plant. 

Greasezilla™ has been selected as an integral part of a new state-of-the-art FOG-to-Biodiesel receiving station for the Danbury, Connecticut Wastewater 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 system is placed upstream of wastewater plants, and processes up to 40,000 gallons of raw Grease Trap Waste per day from commercial kitchens and restaurants, generating a carbon positive biofuel. The technology separates water, debris and food waste while fueling itself with a small amount of the same biofuel it creates.

Brian Levine, Executive Vice President, Greasezilla, said, “We are proud to be a part of this progressive collaboration with the City of Danbury, REA Resource Recovery Systems, Veolia and UConn. This installation will be the first of many integrating the separation and processing of FOG through biodiesel conversions, right into city vehicles. REA has the most cost-effective technology in the industry based on converting FOG input rather than agricultural feedstock as is commonplace in their industry.”

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