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Marriott Resort Magically Turns Brown Grease "Green" With The Cost-Cutting Hydrologix GRS
Date:5/21/2009

ease-reduction.html" onclick="linkClick( this.href );" target="_blank" title="grease trap">restaurant grease interceptors and grease traps are county or city mandated receptacles to contain the food waste liquids from kitchen drains, in particular problematic F.O.G. (fats, oils, grease). Although covered and periodically vacuum pumped by grease hauling companies, occasionally foul odors disturb staff and customers and unexpected overflows may occur. Local authorities across the USA charge hefty fines for overflows, since this grease trap wastewater if untreated, contains potentially harmful anaerobic organisms such as salmonella, as well as methane and hydrogen sulfide gases. The Hydrologix GRS's innovative aerobic treatment system hosts a proprietary blend of food grade microorganisms that multiply rapidly to continuously digest all potentially harmful matter. The result? These critters 'magically' transform the liquid waste into clear water!

Hydrologix GRS customers especially value the odor control and the peace of mind knowing that a grease trap's wastewater levels are monitored around the clock. "We are pleased to have found the Hydrologix GRS service as it makes good green business sense. This fits well with the Marriott Hotels continued efforts to be environmentally responsible," explains Mark Baybayon, Director of Engineering for the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. Other well-known resorts also using this service are the Montage Laguna Beach and Rancho Bernardo Inn Golf Resort and Spa, in California.

Hydrologix Grease Reduction Systems, Inc., based in Hawaii and California, provides the Hydrologix GRS service in the USA through regional providers. After six years of development and with five patents filed, their Hydrologix GRS is available commercially as a grease trap
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