How Cooking Oil is Collected
We provide restaurants from Newport RI to Bangor ME to Albany NY a cooking oil receptacle free of charge. When cooled to a safe temperature ( below 100F), your employee will take oil from fryolators and pour it into our receptacle.
Lifecycle Renewables’ cloud based logistics system uses historical collection data to predict when you will need your next service. Just as your receptacle is becoming full, we automatically dispatch a truck to make the pick up.
We remove your grease with our vacuum operated service trucks. These trucks also have the ability to swap out your dirty containers for clean ones. We believe in cleanliness even though the nature of this business is very messy!
Our technician notes the details of the job in his smart phone app. Instantly, the system knows when your next collection will need to be.
We recycle your cooking oil into biofuel in our state-of-the-art facility in Tewksbury, MA.Contact Us
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