Excel Non-Electric Waterless High Capacity Self Contained Composting Toilet in White
Since 1981, the Sun-Mar Excel non-electricSince 1981, the Sun-Mar Excel non-electric self-contained composting toilet has been a reliable and easy-to-use waste recycler for those living off the grid or for those who just want to live a green existence. This high-capacity waterless commode utilizes a patented Bio-drum that hastens odorless decomposition without a fan, heater, water supply or sewer connection. It includes a 4 in. diameter rear vent which, with extra piping, can be extended up through the roof to direct odors outside.View Full Product Description
GTG Portable Electric Waterless Toilet
The Sun-Mar GTG toilet's sleek European styling,The Sun-Mar GTG toilet's sleek European styling, ultra-compact size and odor free operation make it a great solution for any bathroom. This toilet automatically separates solid and liquid waste into two separate chambers. Perfect for: Boats, Tiny homes, cottages and cabins, RVs, Farms, Basements, Warehouses, Greenhouses, Garages, Barns, Stables, Trailers, Mines, Aircraft Hangars, Yurts, Pools, Sheds and more.View Full Product Description
Centrex 1000 Non-Electric Waterless Ultra Low Flush Central Composting Toilet System in Bone
The Sun-Mar Centrex 1000-NE is ideal forThe 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.View Full Product Description
Portable Travel Toilet For Camping and Hiking, Non-electric Waterless Toilet
Removable cover seals in odor This PortableRemovable cover seals in odor This Portable Toilet is a great camping, hiking, or backpacking accessory. Detachable waste pail features a removable cover that seals in odors. Use with 8-gallon toilet waste bags for easy cleanup and no mess. The camping toilet can also be used as a chair with the lid closed. Measures: 17 in. W x 16 in. D x 14 in. H.View Full Product Description
Questions & Answers
How long does it take for a composting toilet to compost?
Composting begins immediately, as the aerobic bacteria are ready to break down the matter as soon as they receive it. In about three weeks, you'll have enough composted solids to use. For composting toilets that separate liquids and solids, composted liquids take three days, while the solids still take about three weeks.
Can Composting Toilets be returned?
Yes, Composting Toilets can be returned and have a 90-Day return period.
What are some of the most reviewed products in Composting Toilets?
A composting toilet uses aerobic bacteria to break down human waste. The decomposition creates fertilizing compost, sometimes called humus. A waterless toilet isn't the same as an outhouse, as waste is actively decomposing instead of merely gathering. There's no water to flush.
Do composting toilets need water?
Composting toilets don't require water unless the composted matter is very dry. Sometimes, you may need a small amount of water to change the compost consistency. This is so it can be raked or turned. However, compost toilets aren't flushed with water like conventional toilets.
What are the pros and cons of a compost toilet?
Pros of a composting toilet are the positive environmental impacts: using far less water than a conventional toilet and creating usable compost for trees and plants. Cons of a waterless toilet include a large installation size as well as required maintenance. You must empty self-contained compost toilet tanks consistently. To keep the compost texture and moisture level appropriate, you may have to sometimes add water, peat moss or sawdust. You'll also need to rake and turn the compost regularly for best results.
How often do you have to clean a composting toilet?
How often you need to empty a composting toilet depends on the tank size and how many people are using it. In general, you may have to empty a composting toilet every three to six weeks. If the aerobic bacteria are doing their job and processing the waste, the toilet won't fill as quickly as an outhouse does because it's already starting to decompose. Material breaks down from 10 to 30 percent of its original volume, according to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).
How do you clean a composting toilet?
For cleaning as in emptying the compost, you can empty the tank yourself or have a septic company do it for you. For cleaning as in maintenance, use a cleaner compatible with composting toilets and a toilet brush. A waterless composting toilet is cleaned similarly to a traditional toilet but make sure not to use too much water to rinse. It could throw off the moisture balance in your compost.
Do you need electricity for a composting toilet?
You've got options with composting toilets. If possible, an electric fan and exhaust system help with the composting and venting of an indoor toilet. However, if you have no electricity available, go with a non-electric or passive composting toilet. These options are more common on a remote campsite or homestead out in the wilderness.
Where does the toilet paper go in a composting toilet?
Toilet paper goes into the composting toilet to decompose with everything else. If you have a split tank, the paper goes with the solids. Of course, thinner or recycled paper breaks down faster, but any septic-approved toilet paper works with a waterless toilet. You may want to try RV or marine toilet paper for the most efficient decomposition.
Do composting toilets smell?
Composting toilets don't smell like outhouses do, and a properly kept one shouldn't have too much of an odor. Bacteria starts breaking down waste immediately, so any scent would be similar to mulch, wood, soil or a compost heap in your garden. Some compost toilets use sawdust or peat moss in the tank, so they'd smell like that.
What are some popular features for Composting Toilets?
One popular feature for Composting Toilets is waterless.
Do you need plumbing for a composting toilet?
You won't need plumbing for a composting toilet. Waterless toilets don't need pipes for water because they don't flush. But they do need simple ductwork for optimal airflow. A properly vented self-contained composting toilet means more efficient decomposition and less odor. An exhaust fan also helps with this process.
Do composting toilets work in cold climate?
Composting toilets work best when the temperature is above 55 degrees Fahrenheit, and most homes are at least that warm. The bacteria need heat to do the decomposition work. However, the composting process itself generates heat. Between that, insulating the room or heating an outdoor bathroom during freezing temperatures, you may still get some compost results. Matter decomposes more slowly when the weather is chilly. Some toilets made for cold climates include a heating element, so look into those models if needed. Otherwise, the composting process will thaw when the weather does.
Where can composting toilets be used?
Waterless toilets for a house are by no means standard, but they're an option for homeowners who'd like to save on their water bills. Compost toilets are often used where it's challenging to hook up plumbing. This includes tiny homes, mobile homes or boats. They work well in remote settings, with or without electricity, as a cleaner alternative to an outhouse. The most well-known use of these receptacles may be waterless toilets for tiny houses. A composting toilet for an RV or cabin is a more environmentally friendly option than a portable toilet.
How to choose a composting toilet?
Narrow down your composting toilet choices by picking an electric or non-electric one. Most toilets need electricity for the exhaust fan or heater, but not all. To find tank size, consider how many people will use it and how often. Choose between a self-contained composting toilet that you'll need to empty yourself or a split system compost toilet (also called a central compost toilet) that holds the compost like a septic tank. Finally, decide on a toilet that separates liquids and solids vs one that doesn't.
What are the shipping options for Composting Toilets?
All Composting Toilets can be shipped to you at home.