Technology to manage FOG sustainably - and profitably.

We turn waste streams into premium-grade biodiesel to benefit your bottom line and the environment.

 
 

Technology to eliminate FOG disposal costs.

Stop wasting money on disposal costs by transforming brown grease into B100 biodiesel.

 
 

Technology to minimize sewer blockages.

Reduce O&M costs by deploying our proprietary grease recovery units.

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WHO WE ARE

REA Resource Recovery Systems is a technology company focused on solving an estimated $126 billion annual problem faced by wastewater treatment plants worldwide.

Billions of gallons of FOG (fats, oils, grease) are discharged into sewers annually, causing large-scale problems such as pipe blockages that lead to sanitary sewer overflows. FOG is costly to manage, treat and dispose, and has a negative impact on the environment.

REA’s technology diverts and captures FOG from sewer systems and transforms this waste into premium-grade biodiesel (ASTM B100) that can be used to fuel municipal operations. Think school buses, public works vehicles, fire engines, etc.

With our intellectual property, developed under the auspices of the University of Connecticut over the past 14 years, we are a market leader in FOG management solutions for wastewater treatment plants worldwide.

WHERE OUR TECHNOLOGY FITS IN

ZERO FOG DISPOSAL COSTS

Our system processes your existing waste streams that contain brown grease and effectively eliminates costly disposal expenses by utilizing it as feedstock to produce premium-grade biodiesel.

BY THE NUMBERS

14
Years Developing IP
$1,800,000
R&D Grants Awarded
3
Patents Awarded
3.5
Avg Years to Pay-back
(Based on 5 MGPY System)

TOTAL FOG SOLUTIONS®

When the City of Danbury decided to upgrade its wastewater treatment plant, it incorporated our FOG-To-Biodiesel system.

When the City of Hartford sought to lower its O&M costs, it turned to REA for our grease-recovery technology

To increase compliance among food-service establishments, we provided the City of Hartford with the necessary programming.

IN THE NEWS

Governor Malloy Tours New Haven Pilot Facility

Governor Malloy pumps B100 biodiesel that is generated from wastewater during his tour of REA’s demonstration facility at the GNHWPCA.

Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro and New Haven Mayor Tony Harp Tour Facility

Congresswoman DeLauro and New Haven Mayor Harp discuss REA’s biodiesel demonstration facility.

REA Contracted by Veolia for Danbury Project

REA is contracted by Veolia North America to provide expertise in the design of a FOG receiving facility in Danbury, Connecticut.

REA Partners with the University of Connecticut

REA integrates current UCONN students into projects, giving them an opportunity to gain valuable first-hand experience in their fields.

New Haven Pilot Project

In conjunction with the University of Connecticut and the GNHWPCA, REA installs a demonstration model that produces B100 biodiesel.

REA Launches FOG Awareness Program for Greater Hartford Metropolitan District Commission

REA works with the Hartford MDC to launch a FOG awareness program utilizing UCONN students.

City of Danbury Proceeds with WWTP Upgrades

Danbury to become the first in Connecticut to transform FOG into biodiesel to power its fleet of diesel trucks.

REA Secures Contract with City of Danbury, CT

REA to work with Veolia North America to design and install a full-scale FOG-To-Biodiesel system at the Danbury Water Treatment Facility.

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