Breckenridge, Boulder companies find gold in High Country grease traps
Ryan Summerlin July 29, 2013
Steamboat Springs — Dara Lor wants to deconstruct the metaphor of the supply chain.
Instead of a series of steps or links from suppliers to customers, he describes the system for Summit Greasecycling as a loop.
“The concept is to infuse as much of the benefit into the users,” Lor said.
Lor and his co-owner, Dan Fernandez, have built a business around upcycling used cooking oil, but while many other companies are angling for the same restaurant clients, they’re setting themselves apart with a Colorado-centric approach and a business-sense appeal.
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