“The use of Black Soldier Fly Larva for Faecal Sludge treatment”
For more information, please click here to visit the discussion on the SuSanA Forum.
The full video recording of January 30 2018 can be found here.
Within the sector, we are well aware of the need to find viable systems for treating Faecal Sludge that are affordable and sustainable. An ideal solution allows us to reuse faecal sludge as a resource as it has a high organic component that has the potential to be utilised in other ways. This webinar looks at three projects that are working to harvest Black Soldier Fly (BSF) larvae to process faecal sludge. Each project has a different approach and scale but all have valuable lessons to share.
Nick Alcock (A Black Soldier Fly Larvae Pilot in eThekwini, South Africa)
Osbert Atwijukye and Steven Sugden (Commercial Production of Insect Based Feed in Uganda)
Bjorn Vinneras/Cecilia Lalander (The Development of a Modular Processing unit in Sweden)