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Grease Reduction System a Break Through in Truly "Green" Technology for Luxury Resort
Date:8/7/2008

Grease Reduction Systems, Inc announces the world's first commercially achieved F.O.G. (fats, oils, grease) wastewater treatment system, and the first installed at a luxury resort, Montage Laguna Beach.

San Marcos, CA (PRWEB) August 7, 2008 -- http://www.greasereduction.com [Grease Reduction Systems, Inc __title__ Green Technology for the Hospitality Industry] announces the world's first commercially achieved F.O.G. (fats, oils, grease) wastewater treatment system, and the first installed at a luxury resort, Montage Laguna Beach. Presenting a truly green solution to the odor and maintenance problems afflicting most resorts and hotels, this in-situ bioremediation of restaurant grease interceptors finally enables compliance with EPA guidelines.

"'Going Green' and 'Sustainability' are buzz words businesses are trying to push, while the Montage is really walking the talk. Montage Hotels & Resorts commitment to sustainable development and operations is highly commendable," says Markus Lenger, founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Grease Reduction Systems, Inc. "We are proud to be pioneering greener ways to address the fats, oils, and grease reduction problem. The U.S. market is phenomenal. For what resorts and hotels are already paying to pump and move their grease, we're giving them competitive pricing, added value and doing the environment a whole lot of good at the same time, while finally enabling compliance with the EPA directive which forbids just moving the problem when there is an economically viable alternative."

Bill Claypool, Montage Hotels & Resorts VP of Development Services adds, "The Hydrologix GRS at Montage Laguna Beach, has exceeded our expectations for a grease waste management solution and supports our company vision of creating a more sustainable environment both for o
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