Evo Conversion Systems
When the world desperately needs a solution to deal with the increasing amount of organic waste generated by human activity, there is yet to be a viable method to handle this material in an environmentally-responsible manner. As composting requires a large land footprint and takes too long (up to nine months) to complete, managing organic waste with black soldier fly larvae is the most promising method to prevent organic waste accumulation at landfills, which damages the planet through greenhouse gas emission, and pollutes soil and water. The idea of transforming waste with black soldier fly larvae to produce insect biomass as a sustainable animal feed ingredient, and crop fertilizer from the remaining, digested biomass, has been proposed for nearly a half century, but only recently become a reality. Few companies across the globe are practicing this method, but there are hundreds of questions that need to be answered in order to advance this technology.
and managing the production of this insect on an industrial scale for waste management.