Using robots collaborating with insects to decentralise waste management
- Designed, prototyped and commercialised an autonomous system 1.5 years.
- Raised A$8M in Series A funding, led by Grok Ventures and Tenacious Ventures.
- Upscaling from managing 10 tonnes to 45,000 tonnes of food waste per week in 2021.
Currently Operating in One Region
March 16, 2023
Shipping container-sized machines are poised to head to waste management centres in regional Australia this year after the success of a 12-month pilot project involving Albury City and waste...Read on abcnews »
September 14, 2023
Inside the shipping container-sized units, the larvae can devour vast amounts of food waste, reducing it by 95% in just 24 hours.Read on Startup Daily »
August 17, 2023
According to Aunty Cheryl Penrith, the Wiradjuri people are a matriarchal society who consider Wagga Wagga a place of celebration.Read on Shepparton News »
August 1, 2023
The company, which uses black soldier fly maggots to eat through the waste, is building a $3.5 million processing plant in western Sydney.Read on Startup Daily »
July 31, 2023
Canberra start-up Goterra has raised $10 million and will open a new $3.5 million food waste facility in Sydney.Read on Australian Financial Review »
February 15, 2023
From insect farmers to waste management: this company uses nature to reduce CO2 emissions caused by food waste
Turning insects into protein-rich sustenance has enabled Goterra to make huge inroads in the waste management space. In recognition ofRead on Create »
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