Company Overview – Lifecycle Renewables (LRI) collects used cooking oil from restaurants and other foodservice entities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic United States and processes it into LR100™, an eco-friendly renewable heating oil used by utility-grade energy customers such as universities, hospitals and district energy systems.

Environmental Impact – LRI’s renewable heating oil, LR100™, reduces greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 80% compared to conventional, fossil fuel-based heating oil. LR100™ is derived from used cooking oil and waste yellow grease which is the lowest carbon intensity feedstock available for producing biofuels. LRI’s customers rely on the company to help them meet state and locally mandated renewable fuels legislation and work towards their NetZero and sustainability goals by reducing their Scope 1 emissions, without compromising heating efficiency or investing heavily in capital expenditures.