Green Building Articles and Tips from YellowBlue Designs

By: Yellowblue Designs  09-12-2011
Keywords: Composting Toilet

Humanure, the word often used to describe the output of a composting toilet, comes out looking similar to dry soil, which can be buried or given to a licensed seepage hauler in the US. Some countries, especially those still developing and without sewage infrastructure, can even use the humus as a soil conditioner.

So how does a composting toilet work, you ask? Here are the basics:

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