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Lifecycle Renewables has helped the sustain-ably minded folks at Northeastern University make the most of their waste kitchen grease. See the full article, and learn more about sustainable dining at Northeastern University, here.Continue Reading


Optimus Technologies and  Lifecycle Renewables have paved the way for trucking fleets to reduce fuel cost by 25% and reduce lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions by 80%.   With it’s commercial grade engine conversion technology,  Optimus Technologies has announced two significant milestones that are changing the U.S. trucking industry.  First, the U.S. EPA issued approval for Optimus […]Continue Reading


How can used cooking oil be converted into energy? Greening the Inn captures the energy uses of used cooking oil, in their January 9th post here.     If you have a business or organization that uses heating oil and you want to reduce cost/emissions, contact us: 888.461.9831Continue Reading


The folks at The Lenox have been busy bolstering the sustainability of the hotel and saving money in the process.  The Lenox was recently featured in a blog at , an organization dedicated to helping hotels develop sustainable practices. In addition to recycling used cooking oil with Lifecycle Renewables, The Lenox has implemented a […]Continue Reading


Lifecycle Renewables welcomes Igor Popov to the Advisory Board. Mr. Popov has over 20 years of cross-functional experience ranging from product development to marketing, finance and operations; the last eleven years have been focused on turnaround and crisis management.  Most recently, Mr. Popov was a Senior Operating Executive at Cerberus Operations & Advisory Company, the operating […]Continue Reading


The Lifecycle Renewables operated power generation system at Whole Foods Market has created over 100,000 kWhs of renewable energy to date.  See the full article in Renewable Energy from Waste Magazine, here:  A Slick Solution. How much energy is 100,000 kWh?  See the energy equivalents below to find out: Does your business produce waste vegetable […]Continue Reading


Dick Hartmann joins Lifecycle Renewables in November of 2012 to manage all operational activities 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 […]Continue Reading


 EVERETT, Massachusetts (August 24, 2012)  – Lifecycle Renewables has commissioned it’s 0.5 megawatt (MW) renewable energy system powered with recycled cooking oil at Whole Foods Market’s 70,000 square foot kitchen facility.  The renewable energy system supplies virtually all of the kitchen’s electricity needs or just over 2 million kilowatts per year.  Whole Foods Market’s kitchen […]Continue Reading


InterContinental Boston is one of the city’s most captivating 4 diamond AAA rated hotels.  They are serious about the luxury and comfort of their guests.  They are also serious about sustainable business practices.  Lifecycle Renewables has been providing the most sustainable solution for the removal of waste vegetable oil and grease since early 2010.  The […]Continue Reading


Lifecycle Renewables tours state-of-the-art biodiesel laboratory at the Wentworth Institute of Technology April 2012, Boston MA – Lifecycle Renewables is toured the new biodiesel lab at Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT).  Lifecycle Renewables and WIT have become partners for sustainability.  Lifecycle Renewables is contracted to recover excess waste vegetable oil from WIT’s campus food service […]Continue Reading