Tag: West Virginia

Greasezilla now qualified feedstock for RIN credits

Greasezilla now qualified feedstock for RIN credits

June 30, 2022 |

In West Virginia, Downey Ridge Environmental Company, developer of Greasezilla, announced that the Brown Grease Advanced Biofuel offtake produced by Greasezilla systems is now a qualified feedstock for RIN credits under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). This long-awaited ruling adds further value to Greasezilla’s advanced biofuel (ABF) offtake as a mainstream, sustainable energy resource. The […]

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Greasezilla teams with LEND Environmental to boost UCO and FOG collection in California

Greasezilla teams with LEND Environmental to boost UCO and FOG collection in California

March 17, 2022 |

In West Virginia, Downey Ridge Environmental Company, developer of Greasezilla fats, oils and grease (FOG) and used cooking oil (UCO) separation and processing system, is partnering with LEND Environmental to accelerate recycling of used cooking oil and grease trap waste across southern California. The companies will set up additional locations to separate the waste input […]

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Greasezilla scores more than $8M to expand nationwide

Greasezilla scores more than $8M to expand nationwide

May 24, 2021 |

In West Virginia, Downey Ridge Environmental Company, developer of Greasezilla FOG separation and processing systems, announced that Sheltowee CleanTech Fund I, LLC, is investing over $8,000,000 to expand Greasezilla technology nationwide. Greasezilla will invest the capital to build ten new Greasezilla FOG receiving stations with private and public joint venture partners across the country. Eric […]

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Federal court slams EPA for using different rules for different refineries’ SRE applications

Federal court slams EPA for using different rules for different refineries’ SRE applications

November 23, 2020 |

In West Virginia, Reuters reports that the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has asked the Environmental Protection Agency to go back and reevaluate Ergon West Virginia Inc’s small refinery exemption application, saying the agency has approved SRE for a similar refinery but denied it for EWVI. The EPA used another refinery’s lubrication production has […]

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Greasezilla developing hub-and-spoke model for regional biodiesel production

Greasezilla developing hub-and-spoke model for regional biodiesel production

October 26, 2020 |

In West Virginia, Downey Ridge Environmental Company, developer of Greasezilla is in the final planning stages with several biodiesel manufacturers across New England, the Southwest and the West Coast to deploy hub-and-spoke model systems in the United States over the next 12 to 18 months. The network of Greasezilla systems will generate a low-cost, high-quality […]

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Greasezilla releases modular system to facilitate off-site collection

Greasezilla releases modular system to facilitate off-site collection

May 4, 2020 |

In West Virginia, Downey Ridge Environmental Company, developer of Greasezilla™, says that its FOG (fats, oils & grease) Brown Grease separation technology is now available in a modular system configuration to accommodate remote collection sites and large-scale food production facilities where high volumes of FOG are generated. Designed for both interior and exterior placement, the […]

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Greasezilla selected to Virginia FOG sanitation project

Greasezilla selected to Virginia FOG sanitation project

December 3, 2019 |

In Virginia, Greasezilla announced it has been selected by Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) to provide the most cost-effective and ecologically sound FOG (fats, oils and grease) Separation Technology for the Nansemond Treatment Plant in Suffolk, Virginia. HRSD did an industry-wide search for the most efficient and advanced system to separate FOG into its basic […]

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Proton Power sheds light on proposed West Virginia drop-in diesel project

Proton Power sheds light on proposed West Virginia drop-in diesel project

January 24, 2018 |

In West Virginia, Proton Power says it plans to use a completely different system for the proposed wood waste-based facility in Greenbrier County than the one it developed in California that suffered from sulfur challenges that kept it from meeting air quality conditions. Using a gasification system, the project aims to produce 6.5 million gallons […]

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Residents given opportunity to voice concerns about proposed West Virginia biodiesel plant

Residents given opportunity to voice concerns about proposed West Virginia biodiesel plant

January 3, 2018 |

In West Virginia, residents of Greenbrier County have been asked to submit concerns and questions about a proposed biodiesel plant in writing by January 16 so the project developers may address them during a county commission meeting on January 25. Residents have voiced concerns about the project but the commission wants to avoid a back-and-forth […]

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Kentucky’s Biomass has until Jan. 27 to pay back taxes or lose land

Kentucky’s Biomass has until Jan. 27 to pay back taxes or lose land

December 30, 2014 |

In West Virginia, Kentucky-based Biomass has until Jan. 27 to pay $53,000 in back taxes, penalties and costs in order to keep the 78-acre parcel pertaining to the former South Point Ethanol property following a suit filed earlier this year by Lawrence County. If the taxes haven’t been paid by that date, then it will […]

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