Reducing environmental impacts and getting economic benefits, based on the waste utilization, and on the reduction of both energy consumption and organic load, was the driver of the implementation of cleaner production assessment in a poultry industry and its related processes. The main objective of this study is to examine the feasibility of using poultry litter as a source of energy to cover the heating demand of Poultry Company's slaughterhouse. Poultry litter enters the cooking stage to produce the fat-oil for the fuel burning stage. The results showed that the critical price of poultry litter is 46.7 JOD per ton, below which it becomes feasible to utilize this waste as a source of energy. However, the daily monetary saving was found to be strongly affected by the prices of both poultry litter and diesel. Another revenue can be generated from the fertilizer value of the poultry waste-to-energy ash. However, this depends on several technical and market factors that need further clarification.