A New Revenue Stream

Upcycling waste streams into insect protein has emerged as a new vertical in waste management. Waste management companies can now offer their customers a positive environmental impact while generating a significant new revenue stream. FreezeM’s innovative technology simplifies protein production through its Breeding As A Service solution, streamlining processes efficiently and enhancing overall yield.

Sustainable Upcycling

Organic waste treatment efforts are mostly geared towards lower-value activities in the waste management hierarchy such as recovery or disposal. Insects, particularly the Black Soldier Fly (BSF), present a new opportunity to upcycle qualified organic waste streams into higher-value applications such as producing protein for animal feed and organic fertilizer for agriculture.

Outsourced Breeding Benefits

Until recently, integrating insect protein production into waste management posed challenges due to knowledge and technological barriers for new entrants. Waste management companies excel at plant operations, such as rearing and processing, but maintaining a fly colony and breeding necessitates profound expertise in biology, entomology, and genetics. Due to constraints in infrastructure and expertise, many companies prefer to avoid this aspect and consider outsourcing the breeding as the logical choice.

Ready-To-Use Customized Solutions

Higher Waste Disposal Capacity

New Revenue Stream

Seamless Adoption, Quick Scaling

Multiple Global Facilities Supply

Accurate Capacity and Yield Planning


Transforming Wet Organic Waste Into Valuable Resources Using innovative ´Paused´ Black Soldier Fly Neonates.

A Circular Waste Solution

Our Black Soldier Fly (BSF) larvae patented pausing technology allows for decoupling BSF breeding from production. This facilitates the setup, management and operational efficiency of insect protein facilities and waste management circular solutions.
BSF is ‘the ultimate recycle machine made by nature.’ It can be fed by a variety of organic waste and multiplies its weight by X8000 in only 14 days. The larvae turn into a high-quality food source for farm animals (insect meal and insect oil), and fertilizer for agriculture (insect frass) with minimum need for water consumption or farmland.

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