This self-contained composting toilet can be an efficient way to deal with waste when living where the sewage systems don't go.
Photo: Courtesy of Nature's Head
Off-the-grid living means no sirens, no light pollution, but also no sewage system. You deal with enough crap in life and composting can be an uncomplicated way to sort out your waste situation.
Composting doesn’t mean just dumping the contents in your yard. Composting means you’re using a chemical reaction to break down the undesirable into something that’s non-toxic. From there, you can put it in your garden, the trash, wherever.
One of our favorite solutions, perfect for tiny homes or remote log cabins, is the Nature’s Head self-contained composting toilet.
The Nitty Gritty:
Gross empty weight = 28 lbs.
Holds 60-80 uses
- Stainless hardware
Completely self-contained and portable
No holding tank means no clogging or odor
Full-size molded seat
Composting handle, vent hose and fan may be mounted on either side=
Made in the USA
For more information and a full list of features, visit: natureshead.net
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