How Fly to Feed Works

Making it easy for you to do your part in climate change

Total Landfill Diversion


Reducing Climate Change

CO2 - eKG

What We Do

  • Eliminate organic waste onsite
  • Cut your operation costs
  • Protect the environment
  • Reduce your waste collection
  • Provide infrastructure which is Scalable and Off Grid
  • Initiate process of the BSF cycle
  • Train staff on process and maintenance
  • Monitor the system
  • Collect data on the diversion
  • Examine bi-product potential

How we do it……

Collection – Using specially modified “Fly to Feed” Bins the organic waste is collected and dispensed into the bins. The size and number of bins required is dependent upon the amount of food waste produced which will be assessed in consultation with our team.


Reduction – The natural cycle of the Black Soldier Fly is used to reduce the food waste by up to 80%. A starter pack of 3-5 day old larvae will be supplied to commence the cycle, following which the system is monitored for the  continued production of larvae and ongoing reduction. More larvae can be supplied to increase or restart the cycle and continued reduction.


Service – The service model is to ensure the system continues to operate at its optimum level. This can include a full clean of the bin/s, restocking of the larvae and rotation of bins as required. Our service model can be on a regular plan or an “as needs” basis depending on your specific requirements.


Collect organic waste and let the system take care of the rest.

The BSF will work around any small plastic wrappers, eating utensil’s, straws, cups, moving through to the end of the system, enviro. paper products will also be consumed.

The majority, certain woody items will not be processed, e.g. corn cobs, avocado nut, a few skins and rind, but they will come out as natural ground mulch.
Space, your waste placed into the system, access for site maintenance, open two way communication.

This will be dependant on the size of system required, our service is developed to reduce impact both monetarily and environmentally. Our initial assessment will consider the volume of waste that can be diverted and your current cost of waste removal.

No not at all…Black Soldier Flies (BSF) as adults will lay eggs above waste after mating then fly away to complete their 4 days of adult life and be consumed by nature as native feed or compost.
We don’t, and actually shouldn’t try too, it’s a natural cycle that we provide an optimal habitat to utilize it as a resource
It has been done on very small and very large scales around the globe, with great proof of success, our systems fill the void in between.
Our domestic systems will be no bigger than a low wheelie bin, our commercial systems are a scaled version of the domestic with consideration of volume, efficiency of space is of key consideration.
Why others love us.

We asked people what they like about our waste principles