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


Lifecycle Renewables to host cocktail reception for all customers at the 2012 New England Food Show March 2012, Boston MA – Lifecycle Renewables will be hosting a cocktail reception at CityBar (inside the Weston Hotel) adjacent to the Convention Center, Monday March 12, 2012 from 2pm  – 4pm. All Lifecycle Renewables customers are cordially invited […]Continue Reading


Lifecycle Renewables receives Air Plan Approval from MA DEP for .5MW renewable energy system. February 2012, Everett, MA – Lifecycle Renewables has been awarded an Air Plan Approval for it’s first-of-a-kind renewable energy system, located at Whole Foods Market’s kitchens in Everett MA.  This landmark approval has paved the way for a pipeline of future […]Continue Reading


Lifecycle Renewables awarded contract to recover and reuse Gortons’ waste vegetable oil. February 2012 Gloucester, MA – Gortons of Gloucester joins the legions of New England food service and food manufacturing businesses who are making the most of their waste vegetable oil and fats.  David Gazda, the Engineering leader at Gorton’s is focused on making […]Continue Reading


Lifecycle Renewables heats South Boston commercial and residential building with it’s proprietary renewable diesel fuel called LR100 For the 2011 and 2012 winter seasons The Distillery, a 40 unit mixed residential/commercial building has used LR100 for space heating instead of No. 2 heating oil. LR100 was seamlessly introduced to the buildings No. 2 heating oil […]Continue Reading


Below is a transcription of Lifecycle Renewables’ CEO Rory Gaunt 10/18/11 appearance on Les McKeown’s Achieving Predictable Success podcast. The Podcast is available here and the Achieving Predictable Success blog is here. Enjoy the below transcription! Les: Hi everybody. It is Les McKeown here, President and CEO of Predictable Success with the next in our Predictable Success […]Continue Reading


High Liner Foods features Lifecycle Renewables as a key partner for corporate sustainability in it’s 2009 annual report 2009 Danvers, MA – High Liner Foods, the world’s leading value-added seafood producers has chosen Lifecycle Renewables to recycle and reuse its waste vegetable oil for local renewable energy.   Lifecycle Renewables has been awarded a multi-year agreement […]Continue Reading