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Old 02-26-2013, 07:25 PM   #15
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Never heard about that idea but why not composting toilets such as what they put into some of the "tiny homes"? Apparently they will compost all waste and only need to be emptied once a year as a fine dust good for the garden! Anyone have experience with this method of on-board waste control?
I know some RVers that fulltime with a composting toilet. Definitely takes a bit of doing, but it's possible. They have to empty out every few weeks or so and replace the peat/coconut fiber. Plus the pee needs to be taken care of more often than that (every few days?). The folks I know use a Nature's Head composting toilet. Another brand is Sun-mar.
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In 25 + years of RVing I have seen one RV with this awful black smoke spouting poop incinerator in operation. He was asked to leave the park immediately .
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