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Dry Toilet in Tenerife
It is always lovely to receive positive feedback and photos from far away places. We love seeing how each dry toilet is always so different depending on the materials chosen, the location and landscape and the individual craftsman. Thank you to Hugo for sending through his photos of his dry eco loo. Keep the photos of toilets coming.... Hola Suzanne!!! I send you the pictures of the dry toilet here in Tenerife. We finalize the build the last month. Is working perfect. Thank for your help. When you want please come to visit us. Hugo
Bonjour madame Galant. Alors voilà une partie de notre production commandée avec separateur, Nous serons pratiquement les seuls a produire cette gamme de toilette ( L.B.M.) et je pense que ce sera positif car la situation géographique est favorable . Le projet aussi. Ici le climat est sec. avec pluviométrie de 200 mm d'eau par année. Le vent souffle toute l'année entre 5 et 30 km/h une grande partie de la journée et de la nuit .(désication rapide des déchets solides. récuperation des liquides pour valorisation en agriculture organique) La raretée de l'eau et le coût surtout. Economie d'instalation de...
Mosaic Compost Toilet Seat
Thanks for sending us photos of your compost toilets. Here is another example of a custom made composting toilet made in France using our urine separator. We love seeing how each and every compost toilet is so unique. Have a look at some of our plans for building your own compost toilets here
Home for three Urine Separators for a small gathering in Co. Clare Ireland
Hi lads, This is the new home for three of your inserts for a small gathering in Co. Clare Ireland. Myth Buster - Never use sawdust in your compost loo. Straw or hay is the absolute best for good aerobic digestion. Thanks, Rob Mac
The Story of our Urine Separator
Ever wondered how we came to develop the compost toilet urine separator? Here's our story ... Like all good stories, this one starts as a love story. Suzanne and I were preparing to get married at our home on an off-grid farm in the remote hills of west Wales. There's always lots to organise for a wedding, but our main concern was that we were inviting 100 people to celebrate with us and we only had one flush toilet, which was supplied by a very small stream. And it was mid summer. We needed more facilities and we needed to...