25 Aug '11, 7pm

The Waterless Toilet: 5 Options for Greater Sanitation with Little or No Water #wwweek #tech

The Waterless Toilet: 5 Options for Greater Sanitation with Little or No Water #wwweek #tech

A step up from humanure, the self-contained composting toilet also turns wastes into useful food for soil… but doesn’t require regular hauling of a bucket outside. The phrase itself is a bit of a catch-all: their are various designs, and a number of different features that manufacturers may offer (including some that use a little water). All use aerobic decomposition to break down wastes (as well as toilet paper), and can hold and process wastes for months or even years.

Full article: http://blog.sustainablog.org/waterless-toilet/

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