Greasezilla has announced the development of an international distribution network to manage sales of its biofuel byproduct.
Greasezilla systems produce a brown grease advanced biofuel (ABF) and the distribution network offers its clients a proven channel that provides the best value for their commodity while filling a rising demand for alternative fuels worldwide.
Currently, the majority of fats, oil, grease (FOG) collected in the US is landfilled or incinerated as a waste product.
Greasezilla is changing this dynamic by processing FOG into a consolidated brown grease conversion-ready feedstock.
“Our company goal is to be the most forward-thinking, environmentally effective technology in FOG separation today,” said Ron Crosier, president, Downey Ridge Environmental Company. “After years of building and implementing Greasezilla systems for our customers, we are pleased to distribute advanced biofuel through our established, global network.”
The international distribution network resells Greasezilla’s ABF in markets with the greatest demand - the maritime industry, the industrial sector and biodiesel producers.
“For us, the integration of Greasezilla into our biodiesel manufacturing process provides a quality feedstock from an otherwise difficult process,” said Jessica Sweeney, vice president of CF Technologies, Inc., Boston.
“We see FOG and brown grease – and many in the industry agree – as the biggest untapped opportunity in the renewable fuel market today, and we’re excited about being part of it.”
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