Our standard toilet options are:
- Separett 9200/9210 Composting Toilet. It’s the most advanced waterless, urine diverting toilet available and simple, easy, environmentally friendly and looks very similar to a traditional water based toilet.
- Traditional Flush Toilet with or without a black water holding tank.
Other eco-friendly toilet options are:
- Incinerating toilets – Incinerates all human waste immediately to clean, germ-free ash, as little as a tablespoonful each use.
- Nature’s Head composting toilets – A dry composting toilet that uses no water, there is no plumbing, chemicals or flushing needed. It’s completely natural and organic, a mini ecosystem that separates the liquids and the solids. You will need to establish a dumping schedule
- RV low-flush toilets– a travel trailer toilet has a pedal located underneath the bowl. Pressing this pedal with your foot causes fresh water to rush into the toilet and a flap to open at the base of the bowl. The waste is flushed into the black water tank mounted under the trailer. Chemicals like those used in portable toilets help break up the waste and eliminate odors.
- Sawdust/ Low tech composting toilets – Lovable loo composting toilet an eco-potty. No water, electricity, venting, plumbing or chemicals required. Odor-free when properly managed. No urine separation required.
Composting toilets are quite user-friendly. The big adjustment is that women AND men must sit down to pee. The liquids get diverted from the solids, and run into a rock garden with the gray water from your sink drains and shower drain (be sure to use biodegradable soaps/shampoos). Putting peat moss and cedar sawdust into the bucket will neutralize any odor and help speed the composting process. A composting toilet will need to be emptied after approximately 80 uses.