- Nov. 18, 2021
-- Downey Ridge Environmental Company, developer of Greasezilla®
FOG separation and processing systems, announces the release of its latest white paper, "The Economic and Environmental Value of Brown Grease for the Biofuels Industry: Transforming Brown Grease from Nuisance Waste to Renewable Resource."
Available for download now, the white paper explores the benefits of Brown Grease for the biofuels and biodiesel industries.
According to Greasezilla, the abundant FOG (fats, oils & grease) waste stream is a virtually untapped fuel resource. Ecological recovery of Brown Grease from the waste stream:
- Offers an alternative biofuel for the marine fuel industry.
- Provides the biodiesel industry with a low-moisture, lower-cost feedstock.
- Turns a problematic waste stream into reusable resources.
- Promotes sustainability and contributes to a circular economy.
"The demand for biofuels is beginning to drive up the costs of production. Utilizing a waste stream can help reduce those costs," said Ron Crosier, president of Downey Ridge Environmental Company. "When ecologically and efficiently separated from the waste stream, Brown Grease has the potential to significantly supplement the availability and production of biofuel and biodiesel while reducing a problematic waste."
To read "The Economic and Environmental Value of Brown Grease," visit https://greasezilla.com/biofuels-biodiesel/
is the leading cleantech provider in the FOG Separation industry. Greasezilla®
is a turnkey standalone system that optimizes FOG separation while producing a high-quality Brown Grease advanced biofuel offtake. Greasezilla's®
patented technology can be used for complete separation, providing a purely ecological sound alternative to chemically treating, lagooning, landfilling, incineration or dumping FOG waste. By running entirely on five percent of the advanced biofuel it harvests, Greasezilla®
eliminates fuel costs while using zero fossil fuels, making it the most cost-efficient and ecologically responsible Brown Grease separator available. For more information, please visit: http://www.greasezilla.com/