Fly larvae in circular waste management
From Jennifer Salomonsson
A waste management method that follows the principles of a circular economy is fly larval composting, where fly larvae convert biodegradable waste into their own biomass and a compost fraction. The larval biomass can then be used in animal feed while the compost can be spread as an organic fertilizer.
A lecture with researcher Cecilia Lalander at the Department of Energy and Technology.
"Worth Knowing" (Värt att veta) consists of short lectures about SLU research. The university’s research dares to question established knowledge and aims to solve real problems for a living world. Everyone is welcome.Date: Thursday 7 April 2022