How green are composting toilets?
I think that at first it’s quite important to find out how exactly it works so there is an article that you can see here which will answer this question. I think that after you read the article you’ll be able to make your own conclusion about how “green” composting toilets are.
Any time you can cut water use out of an equation, that’s a game changer. Add the nutrient-rich product that composting toilets create, and you’re looking at a solution that’s about as green as it gets. More about composting toilets The Hot Poop on Alternative Toilets TreeHugger Tips: Hacking a Composting Toilet G Word Shorts: Composting Toilet: Video Composting toilets: Ready for Prime Time? Renovation Nation 2: Saving Water With A Composting Toilet: Video III. Waterless Urinals Once relegated to airports and office buildings, urinals are gaining traction in residential settings now, too. It may seem a little odd, but they can save tons of water, and if you go with the waterless variety, you won’t need any at all. Pros of waterless urinals Replacing water with a more viscous liquid, waterless urinals don’t need any water at all to “flush,” which makes a lot of sense since you’re getting rid of liquid waste (a lot of which is water). Cons of waterless urinals Many — but not all — are
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