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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