What are the advantages of composting portable toilets?
Composting portable toilets, also called dry toilets, have many unnoticed advantages. Let us dive deeper into the new-age technology that will change the way you look at restrooms!
Green and sustainable portable toilet
Eco-toilets are like gold to the environment. Unlike the normal toilets that account for about 35% of your overall household water usage, portable toilets use only one-sixth of what a normal one does. The waste generated is used to make organic manure, cutting down on the chemical overfeeding to the world.
Foremost, eco toilets are the cheapest portable toilets. The price comparison between a fibreglass portable toilet and a dry toilet is tremendous! Plus, look at all the water you'll be saving. Less water usage means reduced water bills. Not to forget all the joy you'll have when you realise how much water you are saving up.
The dry toilets are better sanitized and cleaner. They are safer and extremely user-friendly. You don't have to worry about fixing the plumbing every now and then, and you can say goodbye to sewage and management. (They're also way cleaner, no more scrubbing!)
Unlike your standard toilets, dry toilets are always either odour free, or odour neutral. They decompose your waste naturally without the use of extra agents, neutralise the ammonia, and result in absolutely no stink after you use them. There is a separating exhaust system that treats your wastes and leaves out manure, safe and clean.
Any waste put into dry toilets is composted with 100% natural processes. There is zero use of chemical substances and environmentally harmful agents, which means you can be safe and sound at all times. This is yet another step towards sustainable living.