Oil Recycling and Grease Trap Cleaning
We provide your kitchen with service that is:
- Best Value for Your Business
Servicing the eastern seaboard
Providing used cooking oil recycling and grease trap cleaning service for Metro Boston, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Metro Philadelphia and the Delaware River Valley.
- From internal plumbed grease management systems to many outdoor containment options, call us today to get the right-sized oil recycling solution for your situation.
- Our professional technicians can access and clean all inside grease trap configurations. No job is too difficult for our crew!
What our customers are saying
You will always get more value for your used cooking oil with us. Lifecycle Renewables creates the highest value for your oil through local renewable energy and fuel production. Call Lifecycle Renewables to get started.
Lifecycle Renewables and Vicinity Energy partner to remove 2,650 cars from Philly’s roads
Well not exactly, however the two organizations have entered into an agreement that will reduce Vicinity’s reliance on fossil fuels hence cutting carbon emissions by 12,200 tons which is the equivalent of removing 2,650 cars per year in the Philadelphia area. The partnership will provide Vicinity access to Lifecycle Renewables biogenic fuel called LR100™ in […]
What’s the difference between cooking grease and used vegetable oil?
and…. Who cares? Used cooking oil and greases have value in today’s greening world and so accurately describing them to a buyer such as Lifecycle Renewables, matters. If it comes out of a fryolator or other deep frying apparatus, it is usually described as: Used Cooking Oil Used fryer oil Waste Vegetable Oil and if […]
What happens when I pour fryolator oil down the drain?
So, I have some fryolator oil and my grease recycler has horrible service, my grease bins are overflowing and I need to change my fryers. If you pour your oil down a kitchen sink drain, it will be in your grease trap in 5 seconds. If you flush oil down the toilet it will make […]
More about the lifecycle renewables process
The used cooking oil we recover from our food service partners becomes renewable energy that heats spaces where people live, work and play. Lifecycle Renewables’ renewable heating oil replaces fossil fuels, reduces greenhouse gas emissions and improves local air quality. Breathe easier knowing the oil you recycle with us is used as energy close to home, making your community more resilient.
Meet The Team
Rory has served as President, CEO and Director since November 2009, and cofounded Lifecycle Renewables in 2008. Prior to founding Lifecycle Renewables, Inc., Rory spent seven years...
Rob has served as CFO, Secretary and Treasurer since July 2010. Rob brings a strong finance and operations background to Lifecycle Renewables, Inc.’s management team...
Dick joined Lifecycle Renewables in November of 2012 to manage all operational aspects of the company. Dick has significant management experience gained from early career leadership roles with...
Dick HartmannChief Operations Officer
Dick joined Lifecycle Renewables in November of 2012 to manage all operational aspects of the company. Dick has significant management experience gained from early career leadership roles with Laidlaw Waste Systems and later with US Liquids and most recently he successfully managed the branch operations of Wind River Environmental. Dick has excelled at implementing valuable waste removal and recycling services that have created true differentiation. His ability to create valuable service businesses lead to lucrative sales of multiple companies and various entrepreneurial pursuits. In 1997 Dick took an equity position in a small septic service company called Suburban Waste Water Services and grew it 7X in revenue until it’s sale to US Liquids. Prior to joining Lifecycle Renewables, Dick was Director of Branch Operations at Wind River Environmental where he developed world class grease trap and commercial plumbing services. His exceptional experience will be utilized to manage and proliferate Lifecycle Renewables’ rapid expansion. Dick holds an AAS in Building Construction and a BS in Management Engineering Technology from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston.
Rob GauntChief Financial Officer
Rob has served as CFO, Secretary and Treasurer since July 2010. Rob brings a strong finance and operations background to Lifecycle Renewables, Inc.’s management team. Rob has over 12 years of experience in a range of accounting, finance and operations positions. He started his career as an Associate for PricewaterhouseCoopers , a large public accounting firm, in August of 1998. In April 2000 Rob accepted a position in the bulge bracket investment banking firm Goldman Sachs. He was part of the team responsible for pitching, structuring and executing collateralized debt obligations and other structured securities. From April 2004 to June 2008 he served as a Senior Vice President at Eastdil Secured, a real estate investment advisory firm owned by Wells Fargo. At Eastdil, Rob worked as a commercial real estate intermediary and helped his clients execute commercial real estate financings, equity raises, sales and loan sales. Prior to joining the Company, Rob ran Oriel Wines, an innovative wine company based in New York City. Rob holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and International Finance from the Krannert School of Management, Purdue University (May 1998).
Rory GauntChief Executive Officer
Rory has served as President, CEO and Director since November 2009, and cofounded Lifecycle Renewables in 2008. Prior to founding Lifecycle Renewables, Inc., Rory spent seven years with RR Donnelley Logistics, a subsidiary of the global provider of integrated print communications leader, RR Donnelley & Sons Company. Responsible for business development and strategic solutions, during his tenure at Donnelley, Rory sold, implemented and managed critical logistics services for Fortune 500 corporations. Rory holds a Masters of Information Systems from DePaul University and a BS in Sales Management from Purdue University.