composting toilet

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com·post·ing toilet

(kŏm′pō′stĭng)
n.
A toilet that uses little or no water connected to a specially built tank in which waste material is decomposed by aerobic bacteria.

com·post·ing toilet

(kŏm′pō′stĭng)
A toilet that uses little or no water and is connected to a tank in which waste material is decomposed by bacteria. Composting toilets are used especially to conserve water in areas where it is scarce.
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com/), a leading manufacturer of composting toilets, has partnered with well known actor and environmentalist Ed Begley, Jr.
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In addition to health, beauty and wellness items, the extensive assortment includes composting toilets, bamboo sheets, rechargeable batteries, solar lighting, green outdoor products like push lawn mowers, and a wide range of water filtration options.
He has compiled a state-by-state list of regulations regarding composting toilets, greywater systems, and constructed wetlands.
Like most aspiring ecovillages, we use passive solar heating, roof water catchment, off-grid power, composting toilets, and small homes of mostly natural or recycled materials.
Of course, $7,000 may seem like a lot for a toilet when you can buy a standard one at the hardware store for $200, but it's more apt to compare composting toilets to an entire septic system.
The Yurts which can accommodate up to 5 guests each are entirely off-grid, powered by solar technology and utilize composting toilets and collect rainwater for its showers.