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Feature: Dry toilets

Feature: Dry toilets

They do not pollute, do not smell, are economical and ecological and in addition they can be installed inside and outside: they are dry toilets. This new concept is becoming fashionable and seduces many homes! Presentation.

Dry toilets: a very ecological system

We all know, flushing wastes a lot of water but with dry toilets, no more mess! Compost toilets, litter toilets, sawdust toilets, all work the same on the same principle. These new toilets are very ecological since they do not use water, and allow you to make a compost, which can replace your fertilizer. This is a great saving in chemicals!

The pros and cons of dry toilets

At the bottom of the garden, in a truck, for a party or even in a house, there are several kinds of dry toilets. For compost toilets, know that with a family of four you will get 1m3 of compost, enough to please the garden. If you want to integrate dry toilets at home, opt instead for a controlled organic litter toilet which is cheaper and very easy to implement. You just plug the drain hole to connect a tank. In addition to being easy to use, dry toilets do not pollute soil or sewers, are not afraid of frost and above all, never get clogged! Regarding odors, to avoid discomfort, do not forget to empty the excrement container regularly. Despite their success and their many advantages, these toilets still have certain drawbacks to know before embarking on any installation. It obviously requires a storage area which must be provided beforehand for disposal. It is therefore preferable to have a large space. This technique also requires a great commitment since it requires a lot of maintenance. Finally, acceptance of this system may be difficult for most people. Consultation will therefore be preferable between the inhabitant, the owner and / or the neighbors.

What price for dry toilets?

Manufactured models exist on the market but are still very expensive. The price of these dry toilets varies according to the material with which they are made: - In wood: from 150 to 350 euros - In plastic: from 15 to 50 euros - In cardboard: from 10 to 20 euros