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Insects Eat Airport Food Waste in Singapore to Make Fish Feed

  • Blue Aqua to partner with dnata in creating insect protein
  • Move aims to reduce Singapore’s use of imported feed
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A Singaporean company will feed airport food waste to crickets and mealworms before turning them into fish feed, aiming to cut the country’s use of imported feed and offer a sustainable alternative.

Blue Aqua International will partner dnata, an air and travel services provider, to convert organic waste from its catering and ground handling operations at Singapore’s Changi Airport into insect protein for aquacultural use, according to a statement Tuesday.