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LOVEABLE LOO Eco Toilet, Fully Assembled and Finished | This is an eco-potty for permanent indoor (or outdoor) household use, office, bedroom, camping, shop, garage, barn, or emergency toilet use. No water, electricity, venting, plumbing or chemicals required. Odor-free when properly managed. No urine separation required.

BioBags will make emptying our composting toilet a far more pleasant experience.

Composting Toilet w/ Storage

Two for One Perfect for those tiny bathrooms, this all-in-one solution puts a hand-washing sink over the toilet tank. It also saves money by channeling used “greywater” into the tank for flushing the toilet! A lever on the side of the little counter controls water to the faucet. Read more: www.houselogic.co...

This orange delight cost $17,000 to build, sits on a lot the couple owns and contains a full kitchen where they are able to cook and bake, a bathroom with a sink, an RV sized tub and a shower and toilet. The vaulted living room has window sills that are wide enough for their cat to sit on and the sleeping loft has a queen size bed. #toilet

The Toilet That Will Change the World! this is seriously the coolest toilet ever for an RV or a tiny house!!!! no water, no chemicals, no STINK, sooo neat

A 280 square feet tiny home on wheels with wet bath and composting toilet in Nampa, Idaho. Built by Tiny Idahomes.

Sloan Aqua Greywater System

The Aqua catches the water flowing down your sink drain, filters and disinfects it, and stores it ready for the next toilet flush. It is designed to be easily retrofit into existing fixtures and boasts low maintenance. Gravity and a small electric pump transport the water from the 5.5 gallon (21 L) holding tank installed under the sink. A device in the toilet tank prevents fresh water inflow as long as sufficient water is available in the Aqus to do the job. Awesome!

Gray water has a lot of potential if it is treated in the right manner. It must be understood that gray water should not contain any organic or human waste and chemicals, hence the most suitable source of gray water are sinks, bath tubs, washing machines, dishwashers and showers. This water can then be cleaned via filters for watering gardens and filling up toilet tanks for flushing. Gray water is not to be used for drinking purposes as it is impure and is partially filtered. However, even if...

Yellow house boat - I would LOVE to have a look through this one - - To connect with us, and our community of people from Australia and around the world, learning how to live large in small places, visit us at www.Facebook.com/...