- 1 The humanure handbook
- 2 Introduction To Compost Toilets
- 3 GrayWater Action
- 4 Making a Humanure Compost Pile
- 5 The ThunderBox
- 6 International Design Excellence Awards:
- 7 Easy Latrine
- 8 Composting Toilet Plans
- 9 Clivus Minimus Construction
- 10 The Chamber Pot
- 11 From GrayWater Action
- 12 Reference documents
- 13 Web links
- 14 Documents to Download
Adding different design ideas ...
(or pieces in the news)
is available free online & perhaps the most complete resource on this subject ... (click on book cover to open)
with diagrams ... click belw
This web has a lot of information about composting toilets, design criteria, differences between dry toilets and compost toilets, historical roots, and how to use urine and composting humanure.
From HumanureHandbook.com: This short video clip shows a humanure compost pile on its first day.
The empty bin bottom is dished out, the "biological sponge" is added, and toilet materials are deposited.
Vídeo de YouTube
BY: FAST COMPANY STAFFJuly 1, 2010
Click on picture to see news article,
use search for pdf version with design details
attached (similar to this but with lots of useful construction details)
A chamber pot is a bowl-shaped container with a handle, and often a lid, kept in the bedroom under a bed or in the cabinet of a nightstand and generally used as a toilet at night ... and there's nothing preventing us using it in the daylight hours, of course.
For lovers of the Mini-Max permaculture principle, of course we always have the humble chamber pot (advantages)
1) no construction required,
unless you want to make a 'throne' for yours like this ancient piece >>
2) totally portable,
3) then you can bury the contents near your favourite trees to compost them direct
4) regular excercise routine included
5) just like Nature intended