AAAAACHK senior moment strikes. Composting toilet info : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

I have spent the last hour looking (via Hotbot, Yahoo, etc for the site that was mentioned a while ago here that included info on home-brew (you should pardon the expression) composting toilets.

Anyone remember?

And yes, I'll plead guilty to being a lazy SOB!


Who might be full.......

-- Chuck, a night driver (, May 28, 1999


Chuck, here are 2 sites that might help:

Sun Mar Composting Toilets

The SunnyJohn


-- Ray (, May 28, 1999.

Let's try this one again:

The Sunny John"


-- Ray (, May 28, 1999.

Check this one out to build your own

-- Steve (, May 28, 1999.

Why not just take the simple, lo-tech approach described in the book The Humanure Handbook (

-- Blue Himalayan (bh@k2.y), May 28, 1999.

Even if you decide on a composting toilet, the Humanure Handbook has a fair amount of information about them that might help you decide which one is right for you.

-- Brooks (, May 28, 1999.

Might be it..

Composting Toilet World

-- Debbie (, May 28, 1999.

Information from the Humanure Handbook online: re/humanure.html
Some excellent information here. Beats the heck out of the bag it and save nonsense, and better than burying it cause this way it gets recycled.

-- Shelia (, May 28, 1999.

Hi Chuck, I've enjoyed all your posts over the past *many* months. One thing about all this. I downloaded something about using sawdust for a toilet and all. Being a woodworker, this is good. You wouldn't beleive how much sawdust one job can make. Presently, we have to fill up dumpsters of this stuff and PAY to have it taken away. I wish someone would come by and take it for free. (IF you live near MA and you're interested--anyone--email me)

So, if you live near any small sized woodworking shops, just ask the owner if you can come by once a week and have the sawdust. You will make a friend *real* fast.

Hope this helps a little...


-- M.Moth (, May 28, 1999.

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