What is the Hydrologix® GRS?
GRS is an interchangeable dual-mode system capable of either bioremediation of FOG to produce grey water for reuse, or stabilization and sulfur reduction of FOG resulting in the production of green-fuel ready for BioFuel production.
Is the Hydrologix® GRS certified?
The Hydrologix® GRS is currenlty the only IAPMO certified and UPC listed technology available. We are also the first and only technology certified to meet the new national ASME A112 14.6 2010 standard.
How can I have a Hydrologix® GRS installed in my Grease Interceptor?
All GRS are custom built for each installation by Hydrologix®. Please go to the Contact Us and either call, email or complete the enquiry form. Our staff will be happy to provide any further information and arrange a site visit where a customized quote will be provided.
How can the water produced be used?
The output of grey-water from the Hydrologix GRS process is easily recycled into irrigation water, a huge advantage in water scarce regions and/or where public water is expensive.
What are the advantages of using the Hydrologix GRS service?
GRS provides 24/7 remote monitoring
GRS almost eliminates the need to pump the grease interceptor
GRS prevents grease entering the overburdened sewer system and landfills
GRS is affordable to City's and business owners
GRS bioremediates FOG at the source making it sustainable
GRS uses very little power to run
Why do we need to find a better way to manage the FOG/ brown grease waste?
To protect our environmental and public health, especially our beaches and other watersheds from sewage spills, many caused by grease blockages
To alleviate the burden on the worlds' fuel resources by producing biofuel from FOG
To offload our aging and outdated municipal wastewater treatment plants, which have not kept up with urban development and must process the grease waste if it is not dumped in a landfill
To protect our environment by offloading landfills where much of this grease waste is dumped and takes hundreds of years to biodegrade
To assist restaurant/food establishment business owners who are responsible for the waste they create and need affordable disposal services
To responsibly care for our environment by using the most sustainable methods available to manage waste
How is FOG currently disposed of in the USA?
By pumping and dumping. There are city and county ordinances in every state that mandate each food establishment to maintain grease traps or grease interceptors to collect the wastewater from kitchen drains (dishwashers, sinks, etc.). Periodic vacuum pumping removes this waste liquid to either a wastewater treatment plant or a landfill, and is even sometimes illegally dumped.