Model # CENTREX 1000 NE

Internet #203503048

Sun-Mar Centrex 1000 Non-Electric Waterless Ultra Low Flush Central Composting Toilet System in Bone
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Sun-Mar

Centrex 1000 Non-Electric Waterless Ultra Low Flush Central Composting Toilet System in Bone

$164500 /each
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The Sun-Mar Centrex 1000-NE is ideal for light to medium seasonal use. It is specially designed for narrow spaces, being only 22.5 in. wide. The Centrex 1000-NE is a non-electric unit for those with no continuous 110-Volt power supply. All Sun-Mar composting toilets incorporate a patented Bio-drum which ensures fast and odorless decomposition. Saves thousands of gallons of water, while recycling waste into soil. The unit is shipped fully assembled. A one pint flush toilet is required for use with this unit (sold separately). Seasonal capacity: 4 adults or families of 6.

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Our builder recommended and installed this system for our loft conversion as per the specs.

It was for 1 to 2 weeks at a time occupancy. Turns out I am living here for 3 to 6 weeks at a time. 98% of the time we only put liquids in the system and make good use of Home Depot or restaurant toilets for solids but how should we treat this system different from your info sheet?
Asked by: Nic
I would actually use it like a regular toilet. Its important to have the solids in there as well. The units are designed to handle solid waste, liquid waste and toilet paper - so don't worry about that. Also, make sure you continue adding your Compost Sure bulking material. Other than that, just follow the manual, rotate the drum every couple of days and the unit should continue to function properly.
Answered by: Brianne
Date published: 2017-04-20

composting bin cleanup

How is the composting bin removed? Is it difficult to clean out?
Asked by: Pasco
Depending on usage you may empty compost between 1-4 times per year. To do so, pull out the handle recessed into the composter, pull on the "drum lock" (the little lever above the drawer) and rotate the handle counter-clockwise. This will allow material from the inner-drum, empty into the drawer at the bottom. Leave it in the unit, in the drawer for 30 days. After that, the drawer can be removed and compost can be emptied.
Answered by: Brianne
Date published: 2017-04-20
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