& Composting Toilets
Earthen pit privies or
outhouses have been around for centuries to help contain and dispose of human waste.
Even today, much of the world's population depends on these primitive toilets.
Within the US, they are still present in remote and rural areas where usage is
minimal or where the infrastructure to handle and treat sewage doesn't exist.
Even though these units are
inexpensive to build and require little maintenance, rapid buildup of waste solids and
offensive odors can become a problem. Excavation and relocation is expensive and
Composting toilet technology
addresses most of these concerns and is a good choice when other alternatives don't exist.
However, they do require a larger initial investment and higher skill level to
operate. If overloaded or undersized, composting units can suffer from the same
effects as pit toilets.
Both pit and composting
toilets are unique in that the waste is never moved from where it's deposited. As
with other types of systems that rely on sewers or tankers to transport it for treatment
elsewhere, these toilets "process" their waste onsite and in place.
RTB 740 speeds
up the natural degradation process in both pit and composting toilets. Along with
this increase in digestion efficiency, odors are controlled by preventing their formation.
Pit toilets will not have to be emptied or moved as often and composting toilets
will function better with less chance of overload. This rapid level of degradation
can also ease the environmental concerns over many of these toilets.
Because these toilets are not
pumped and the waste is left to decompose in its natural state, no dyes or fragrances are
used in RTB 740.
(6 Packets) $14.95
Treats 1 toilet for up to 6 weeks
|20 Package Display Box
(120 Packets) $299.00
Treats 8 toilets for up to 15 weeks
25 lb. Bulk Bucket
(400 Packets) $650.00
Treats 15 toilets for up to 26 weeks
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