Composting toilets are perfect for woodlands, campsites, churches, forest schools, and anywhere where mains water is less accessible.

Composting toilests provide a wonderful compost when managed properly which can be used for many applications such as fruit frees and gardening.

They require no foundations, and no water.

Twin cubicle
Twin cubicle

Composting toilet with 2 cubicals built in and wheelie bins.

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Single unit
Single unit

composting toilet which composts in situe.

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Different types of composting toilet:

Wheely bin composting toilet:

Pros - can move compost around and store it easily.

Cons - needs separate urine tank to discourage anaerobic compost in bin, needs ramp, or to be built on a slope for disabled access.

Self composting toilet: 

Pros - Do not need to move or handle compost until fully composted.

Cons - Requires slightly bigger structure and ramp or to be built on a slope for disabled access.

Removable barrell composting toilet:

Pros - disabled access very easy as can be built at floor height.

Cons - requires regular emptying of barrell into compost heap.

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If you would like to ask any further questions about composting toilets, please do not hesitate to contact me