Kenyan toilet waste turned into fodder for egg farmers
Recycling company harvests human excrement for high-quality animal feed
Nairobi — Kenyan farmer Victor Kyalo’s chickens have doubled the number of eggs they are laying. The reason: human excrement.
Kyalo feeds them food from a Nairobi-based organics recycling company. Sanergy harvests waste from toilets it operates in a franchise network in Nairobi’s sprawling slums and feeds it to fly larvae, which become high-quality animal feed.