Along with recycling its waste cooking oil, Willow Tree Poultry Farm challenged Lifecycle Renewables to find a way to recycle the chicken fat rendered during cooking. Lifecycle Renewables responded with a custom set of equipment that collects and stores the fat. And, it was free. “Lifecycle Renewables paid for the equipment and until they recoup the cost, they get our fat for free. Then, they will start paying us for the fat,” said Alex Cekala, controller at Willow Tree. ...

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