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The Final Report Summary of the BSF waste to profit project is now available to download


The Closing the loop: Black Soldier Fly technology to convert agriculture waste project has been exploring the use of Black Soldier Flies to turn livestock wastes into useful products. The Final Report has been approved by the funding body and a summary is now available for project partners and interested members of the public to read.

The 6-page summary report outlines the objectives of the research project and how it aims to support sustainable agriculture. Informed by the research findings of the project, it briefly explains how BSF technology is used to help manage and reduce agricultural waste (manures) and the benefits for industry in terms of effectiveness of the technology and potential for co-products. A short research video to accompany this summary is underway will be released towards the end of the year.


Final Report Summary_Final_June 2023
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The research activities are all completed, and the researchers are preparing the results for publications.


A/Prof Marit Kragt, Dr Vandana Subroy and Dr Fiona Dempster are the first to receive an academic publication in a peer reviewed journal from their research under this grant.

Kragt, M.E., Subroy, V., & Dempster, F. (2023) Black soldier fly fertilisers by bioconversion of livestock waste: Farmers’ perceptions and willingness-to-pay. Journal of Cleaner Productionê, 411: 137271.

A range of fact sheets have been developed to communicate the key learnings and research outcomes, and are all available to download:



For more information:




Contacts at UWA:


Tammie Harold: tamara.harold@uwa.edu.au








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