Greasezilla Partners with Industry Consultant Ken Loucks to Promote Its FOG Separation Technology
Known as the Interceptor Whisperer, Loucks brings over a decade of FOG and pretreatment expertise to Greasezilla as their western United States' manufacturer's representative
By: Downey Ridge Environmental Company
Loucks has helped dozens of cities, wastewater utilities and pretreatment programs improve their FOG abatement efforts by developing or updating their FOG control programs. In 2017, Loucks established IW Consulting Services, LLC, to help jurisdictions update or develop more effective FOG pretreatment ordinances, bylaws and policies. He also educates professionals in FOG program management as well as grease interceptor operation and control strategies.
Loucks created FOG Industry Solutions, in 2020 to promote technologies that turn FOG into green and profitable solutions. Greasezilla was a natural fit for this venture.
Ken Loucks said, "What struck me about Greasezilla was that it offers a compact, complete processing system that produces usable materials with consistency. I haven't seen anything else that offers the compact footprint and the variety of alternatives for purchasing, financing, leasing, revenue sharing and other means of acquisition. Then they offer both fixed base and modular systems as well as a resale program for the biofuel generated. Greasezilla has the most progressive ideas and options out there, and I'm excited to represent them."
Greasezilla has the leading, purely ecological processing solution to the overabundance of FOG created from commercial and industrial food production facilities worldwide. The system can process up to 20,000 gallons of decanted grease trap waste per day, requiring no additives, additional processing, blending or fossil fuels. After separation, the Brown Grease, an advanced biofuel (ABF), is pumped into holding tanks. The remaining water content, which is pasteurized and nearly free of all suspended solids, is safe for discharge into a wastewater treatment facility. Greasezilla is highly efficient, extremely profitable to operate and runs off five percent of the ABF it produces, with ABF readily sold on the commodity market.
Brian Levine, executive vice president, Greasezilla, said, "We are thrilled to be working with Ken. His vast knowledge and fundamental understanding of FOG management processes and regulations will help Greasezilla reach the people who can benefit the most. Combined with our flexible financing options and scalable system, our hope is that together we can partner with communities to overcome FOG challenges in a practical, cost-effective and eco-friendly way."
For more information on FOG treatment and disposal options, visit http://www.fogindustrysolutions.com or http://www.greasezilla.com.