• I Gede Yudi Wisnawa Jurusan Survey & Pemetaan FHIS UNDIKSHA
  • I Nyoman Dodik Prasetia Jurusan Budidaya Kelautan FMIPA UNDIKSHA


Ipteks for Society (IbM) Waste Management purposes is to adapt the technology of organic waste management through the help of army flies as an alternative to decomposition of organic waste, the community is empowered in terms of utilization of organic raw material sources and their functions, and to training and mentoring to be able to make fish feed pellets by utilizing the army fly larvae. Science and Technology for Society (IbM) is targeting the first stage in the form of bio-conversion training of organic waste into a live media of the army flies against the change, that is to Brother Made Kusuma Jaya as the Chairman of the "Asri Mandala" Waste Management Group (partner 1) who in daily activities wrestling in the field of waste management, in rural areas of Baturiti Subdistrict, waste sorting work space, waste separation training for children, and garbage bank services. Even this environmental awareness activity has been carried out by involving network performance with farmer groups and other waste management. The second phase of Science and Technology for Society (IbM) with partner 1 will provide training for fish feed pellets by utilizing troop fly larvae to all group members. Organic waste that can only be used as compost, it can also be used as a living medium of the black soldier flies larva which is still often seen as not useful and mediate the disease. Increasing the capacity of non-governmental group of waste management in the form not only works based on the volume of waste managed, but can also produce additional economic effects in the form of efficient utilization of technology in degrading organic waste and utilization black soldier flies as feed raw material of fish pellet. 

How to Cite
WISNAWA, I Gede Yudi; PRASETIA, I Nyoman Dodik. PENGOLAHAN SAMPAH MELALUI PEMANFAATAN BIO KONVERSI LARVA LALAT TENTARA. Seminar Nasional Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat, [S.l.], v. 2, p. 237-242, nov. 2017. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 23 july 2019.