Unusual bathroom fixtures: Asian “Squat” toilets, composting toilets, female urinals, etc. Would you use them?
Americans have a real problem of obesity and fitness. Also, the population of America is aging. These two trends make squat toilets a bad idea. I would only consider using them at a facility for fit people who are into all things green. Assuming, of course, that squat toilets are more green that low flow or pressurized toilets. Composting toilets look and are used almost the same as a regular toilet. I saw one on display once and I at first thought it was for handicapped persons due to the height of the seat. I really think people could accept these if they started to be used more often by industry and commerce. I think (from my experience with compost piles and a worm farm) that a composting toilet would not have a bad odor if properly maintained. Otherwise I believe they are about the same to use. They do take more maintenance (and American are notoriously lazy and lustful of convenience) so they might be better applied to commercial and public setting than to homes. Here is a link t
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