I have a lifelong habit of wildly ridiculous ideas, so bear with me.
We have a septic tank, not sewer. We plan to live here for decades, and the thought of having all that waste accumulate in one big ol' tank under the ground skeeves me out a bit.
I've been observing how diligent the Black Soldier Fly larvae are in my compost pile, and I've heard they feast on manure, too.
So, um, how crazy would it be to flush a few larvae down the toilet... on the theory that any that survive to reach the septic tank would have a field day decomposing all that waste (and therefore making it so that it won't fill up as fast), reproduce to form even more #2-eaters, etc.?
I have no idea what a septic tank is like on the inside so this is probably a kook-ball idea, but I just had to ask.