Greasezilla expanding into more wastewater infrastructure projects

October 10, 2022 |

In West Virginia, there has been a significant increase in the number of wastewater facilities incorporating Greasezilla into their operations. The industry’s urgency to protect wastewater infrastructure combined with new funding established through the U.S. Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (2021) and the EPA’s expansion of Renewable Identification Number (RIN) credits for low carbon-intensity (CI) biofuel feedstocks, is propelling interest in Greasezilla systems. Greasezilla’s ecological process, packaged into a turnkey, highly-automated system, not only reduces costs and mitigates landfilling, but also creates new operational profits for wastewater treatment facilities.

Prominent wastewater engineering and operations companies like Woodard & Curran are partnering with Greasezilla to incorporate its innovative technology at projects across the United States. In the coming weeks, the wastewater treatment facility contract operated by Woodard & Curran for the City of Groveland, FL is preparing to bring a newly installed Greasezilla system online to handle the plant’s FOG processing and disposal.

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