Willow Tree Poultry Farm, Attleboro, Mass.-based maker of white meat chicken pies and salads, is one of many food makers that sells waste cooking oil to Lifecycle Renewables. The entire process is simple and salubrious for all involved, said Alex Cekala, controller at Willow Tree. “In this industry, like any, it’s all about creating cost efficiencies, which goes hand-in-hand with recycling,” said Cekala. “We used to pay to have our waste cooking oil hauled off ...

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