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During my time raising crickets and superworms I have noticed that styrofoam seems to be a poor choice for enclosure structure due to the insects tendency to consume it. I realize that this isn't really a "Bug Farming" question but I suppose raising insects to consume waste is still insect farming,
I would imagine in order to produce any sort of fertilizer; not too mention to keep your stock alive, that you would have to provide some kind of nutrition with the styrofoam. Due to styrofoams ability to absorb liquid I would wonder if you could bathe styrofoam in liquid waste and have it be consumed by insects.
I believe styrofoam is one of the few materials that we cannot recycle and having processing facilities that turn it into fertilizer I think would be an amazing advantage in our growing society. I would like to ask if anyone has tried anything similar otherwise I will likely commence some testing and report any findings here.