City and county managers have a particular set of complexities with FOG management comprising the financial and technical arenas as well as exposure in the media and in public affairs forums. The EcoPlus FOG systems can provide proactive solutions to issues in these areas. Go to Your Needs and Our Solutions for an overview related to your situation.



EcoPlus offers training and support services for its clients as well as software for manifest document control to provide a complete package of solutions to FOG processing operations. Go to Products and Services and click on Support Services for more information.









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EcoPlus markets the processing technology (U.S. Patent No. 7,384,562) and associated process facilities to municipalities and regional utility authorities as part of a turnkey package for processing oil and grease into a value added product. This is an alternative to disposal options in increasingly short supply landfill space, or to the increasing reluctance of wastewater treatment operators to accept the raw oils and grease.
This disposal problem is due to associated handling problems in the first instance, and in the second instance, the very high associated maintenance and repair costs attributable to treating the material. The EcoPlus process-technology easily converts the sticky oils and grease, along with associated food materials, to a solid, granular material and water. The solids may be used as a soil amending agent in agricultural applications, but more importantly, the solids have green fuel value, with Btu values on the order of those of coal (5,000 to 11,000+ BTUs per pound, depending on contained moisture).

The interests of managers in FOG issues depend on the individual’s sphere of responsibilities. So select your general viewpoint, whether City, County, or Agency Manager or Director; Engineer or Consultant in wastewater issues; a Wastewater Plant Operator; or a Regulator and see more about how we can benefit your situation.
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Current Practices

In the past few years there has been tremendous growth in the number of restaurants in the United States (now over 925,000 operations with $511 billion in sales according to the National Restaurant Association in 2006); a consequence of the trend for Americans to eat out of the home more frequently every year. The growing numbers of food service establishments produce increasing amounts of a specific grease product—Brown Grease (an exceptionally sticky and difficult to manage waste) collected in restaurant grease interceptors or grease traps (collection devices in a commercial kitchen’s plumbing system).
The volume of this material and its impacts has triggered increasing regulation with respect to restaurants and other FOG generators—and to FOG haulers—the latter being the service-sector operators that collect this type of waste and dispose of it.

However, because of the huge negative operational impacts of FOG within the plants, many local treatment plants are refusing to accept grease completely or have drastically reduced intake of the grease being offered for disposal. This is forcing haulers to discharge their loads at increasingly more distant facilities, increasing disposal costs dramatically.

The resistance of restaurants and other grease generators to accept the pass-through of higher costs has caused some haulers to seek alternative ways to discharge. In some cases the alternative is decidedly illegal.
Discharge of waste into storm drains, fields, sewers, and estuaries has become an issue for Regulators, and impacts City, County, and Agency Managers and Directors; Engineers or Consultants in wastewater issues; Wastewater Plant Operators; and those haulers who are looking to do what’s right and yet remain solvent.

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Proven Option with Many Benefits

By adding an EcoPlus system to the collection and processing matrix, there is incentive for legal disposal, lower system maintenance costs, reduced issues with discharge compliance, and control from “cradle to grave” of grease. Finally, the end product is, at its highest and best use, a high quality, green, alternative fuel.

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7 June 2010 - EcoPlus, Inc. and Converse and Co. Agree To Purchase Contract for Biofuel Sales  More > >

22 March  2010 - EcoPlus Announces Fuel Sales Representation Agreement - Converse and Company to Represent EcoPlus in Sales of Biofuel Product More > >

16 March 2010 - EcoPlus, Inc. and South Carolina County Complete Agreement for Construction of Processing Facility for Biofuel - Plant Will Employ Patented Technologies of EcoPlus, Inc. More > >

9 March 2010 - EcoPlus Announces Issuance of Second U.S. Patent - Final Documents Received on Process for a Biofuel Product More > >

15 October 2008 - EcoPlus Finalizes Agreement for Purchase of Its Charlotte, NC Licensee  More > >

29 July 2008 EcoPlus, Inc. Selects O'Neal for Processing Facility Delivery    More > >

28 July 2008 - EcoPlus, Inc. Retracts Press Release Dated March 17, 2008    More > >

15 July 2008 - South Carolina County Council Agrees to Negotiate with EcoPlus for Siting of Waste to Energy Facility   More > >

19 June 2008 - EcoPlus, Inc. Announces Approval of Patent Issuance for its Technology  More > >

28 January 2008 - WallSt.Net Updates Investment Community Through All-New Interview with EcoPlus More > >

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18 January 2008 - EcoPlus Announces Appointments to the Board of Directors More > >

15 January 2008 - EcoPlus Year End Report More > >

3 January 2008 - Ralph W. Rogers Resigns as CEO More > >

29 November - Malaysian Company to Visit EcoPlus, Inc. More > >

26 November - EcoPlus West, LLC is Established More > >

23 October - EcoPlus VP Addresses Florida Industrial Pretreatment Coordinators with Brown Grease to Fuel Technology More > >

18 October - EcoPlus Continues to Find Investor Interest in Private Side Adoption of Its Alternative Fuel Technology More > >

16 October - EcoPlus Evaluates Corporately Owned Alternative Fuel Conversion Facilities More > >

11 October - Louisiana Enters the Picture as a Target for EcoPlus Alternative Fuel Technology More > >

9 October - EcoPlus Sees Development in the West and on the Pacific Rim More > >

4 October - EcoPlus Upgrades Its Status on More > >

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2 October - EcoPlus Sees Test Burn Possibilities with Subsidiary of Fortune 500 Company More > >

25 September - EcoPlus Presents to Florida Pretreatment Coordinators with FOG to Fuel Technology More > >

20 September - EcoPlus, Inc. Reports Making All Submissions to Pink Sheets, LLC for "Current Information" Designation More > >

18 September - EcoPlus Retains Independent PCAOB Auditor to Complete Audit  More > >

13 September - EcoPlus, Inc. retains GreenTree Financial Group to assist with Up-list More > >

11 September - EcoPlus Directors Approve the Up-listing to OTC Bulletin Board  More > >

10 September - Interview with Chief Operating Officer of EcoPlus, Inc. More>>

5 September - EcoPlus Sees Significant Opportunities in New Renewable Portfolio Standards More>>

30 August - EcoPlus, inc. Extends Its Growth Plans with the Reorganization of the Board of Directors More>>

23 August - EcoPlus Development, LLC. a Subsidiary of Ecoplus, Inc., announced John Baker as President More>>

22 August - Roger D. Eury joins EcoPlus, Inc. as Controller More>>

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15 May - EcoPlus Retains Engineering Firm for Updates on EcoPlus System
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