BIOCOMPOSTING OF SLAUGHTER HOUSE WASTE USING BLACK SODIER FLY

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BIOCOMPOSTING OF SLAUGHTER HOUSE WASTE USING BLACK SODIER FLY

I would like set up a  Biocomposting  waste management  unit for a slaughter  in Kisumu rural in Kenya, therefore  I  need assistances in  coming up with the design for the BIO COMPOST.I would really welcome ideas
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Thats possible but more detais from you would be desired for appropriate advice. Get in touch.
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The proposal will be implemented on a 0.23Ha parcel and the intension is to help in management of the slaughter waste( preferably cattle rumen content).the slaughterhouse handles about 25 animal per day. Currently the slaughterhouse uses evaporation ponds/lagoon to managed these waste however these lagoons does not effectively offer the desired solution.It on this that we have put forth a proposal to seek alternative technology through bio composing using BSF
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Dear Dannis,

I looked up some articles online on the subject. I hope they will be of use to you.

In this article, there are alternatives of treating slaughterhouse waste. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3622235

In another study, in-vessel composting was investigated using sawdust as compost. The results of the investigations enabled one to prove the usefulness of the in-vessel composting method for utilizing bio-degradable solid waste. acadpubl.eu/hub/2018-119-12/articles/4/840.pdf

An insight is given into a composting facility here www.ecomena.org/composting-costs . Salman Zafar is the author of this interesting article, he can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Additionally, in Kenya, a firm is engineering solutions to optimize Black Soldier Fly production in the treatment of Onsite Sanitation waste: read more here  www.sanergy.com/2021/01/29/axa-im-alts-l...ent-round-in-sanergy

Having looked at the above articles, I am curious to hear from you the reasons for your preferences for the Black Soldier Fly method? Why I ask this is that in the case of Faecal Sludge treatment, the end result is that the soldier fly larvae can be harvested as a source of protein for animal feed... would this be the reason? Or are there other benefits that outweigh other treatment options?

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Re: BIOCOMPOSTING OF SLAUGHTER HOUSE WASTE USING BLACK SODIER FLY

Bonjour. Vous pouvez vous inscrire aux MOOC de EAWAGS suivants : "Gestion de déchets solides" et "Gestion des boues de vidange" Le premier MOOC traite du biocompostage par les Blacks Soldiers, de la technique, de sa mise en œuvre. Les cours sont disponibles sur Coursera aussi

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Hello. You can register for the following EAWAGS MOOCs: "Solid Waste Management" and "Faecal Sludge Management" The first MOOC deals with biocomposting by Blacks Soldiers, the technique, its implementation. The courses are also available on Coursera
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