YELLOW (FRYER) GREASE
The National Renderers Association
The NRA is an American Trade Association whose business
is to promote the interests of its members. Members of this association
are all in the business of rendering (i.e., transforming waste from
the meat industry into useable products for animal feeds and technical
use). Renderers are even known as the original recyclers. On average,
slaughterhouses, packing plants, supermarkets, butcher shops, and
restaurants collectively generate at least 40,000 metric tons of animal
byproduct each week. Without the rendering industry, byproducts from
meat and poultry processing would fill up landfills very quickly and
the decomposing waste would contaminate our soil and water with disease-causing
microorganisms and vermin. For more information on related subjects
and a list of renderers go to their website at http://nationalrenderers.org/
Some Grease Renderers in the New Jersey area
(for Yellow Grease):
BA Tofte Co. Inc., Center Moriches, NY
Darling International, Newark, NJ
American By-Products, Morristown, NJ
J & R Rendering, West NY, NJ
M & E Soap Co. Inc., Morris Plans, NJ
Wagman Company, Leonia, NJ
FACILITIES THAT ACCEPT GREASE TRAP/INTERCEPTOR
TYPE WASTE (BROWN GREASE)
Facilities in New Jersey
Gloucester County Utilities Authority
West Deptford, Gloucester County, NJ
856-423-3500 x 112
Grease is incinerated onsite in two fluidized bed incinerators.
Cumberland County MUA
Atlantic City, NJ
Joseph C. Pantalone
Vice President, Wastewater
Grease is incinerated onsite in two multiple hearth incinerators.
County of Lehigh Wastewater Pretreatment Plant
Approximately 75 miles from Trenton.
Grease is treated along with septage/sludge and land applied.
Grease and septage may be commingled in the delivery trucks.
Waterbury and New Haven, Connecticut
Approximately 140 miles from Trenton.
Grease is sprayed onto sludge cake and incinerated.
East Norriton-Plymouth-Whitpain Joint Sewer Authority
Northwest of Philadelphia, Pa
Approximately 36 miles from Trenton.
Grease is incinerated onsite.
Note: New customers should contact
the above receiving facilities to make arrangements prior to making