Composting toilets work by allowing human manure to combine with dry organic matter to make compost. Composting refers to the process by which biodegradable components are biologically decomposed by microorganisms (mainly bacteria and fungi) under aerobic conditions. The composting container … Continue reading How Do Composting Toilets Work?
According to the Online Compendium of Sanitation Systems and Technologies, the following requirements are need to support the decomposition process: Sufficient oxygen is necessary for aerobic composting Moisture content from 45 to 70 percent (heuristically, “the compost should feel damp … Continue reading What is Required for Composting?
Compoloo Steel Frame 1.01 is now available. The Compoloo Steel Frame 1.01 is an easy-to-assemble composting toilet. It can be made using hand tools and readily available materials. The Compoloo does not use any water so saves large quantities of water and … Continue reading Compoloo Steel Frame 1.01 now available