Is there any organism, not tropical, that is not a carrier of disease and able to process any type of food waste as BSF do? Maybe some kind of cockroach?
I am in hardiness zone 10, very close to the sea, in southern Italy, temperatures rarely drop below 4 degrees in winter.
I would like to find an effective system to dispose of all types of food waste, including spoiled meat and dairy products. Hermetia Illucens looks perfect and I find what she manages to do really impressive, but I could only use it in the summer and it is a big limit.
I would also be willing to use blatticomposting, although I have a certain phobia towards cockroaches. If I could find an animal that can do what BSF does, but more resistant to the cold, it would be fantastic to use it as a stool producer to feed red worms and simultaneously recycle waste.