Things to know about separation toilets for campers, vans and camping buses
Drivers of campers, vans and buses have special challenges when it comes to a composting toilet. Your camper composting toilet should not only be compact and lightweight, but also always ready to go.
Generally, you'll be using your camper, van or bus composting toilet more or less than an emergency toilet. Since space is usually tight, and you'll always be setting it up individually, a fan makes little sense here. You also don't necessarily want to drill a hole in the outer shell of your van, do you?
You place the camper waterless toilet for example during the day in your awning or behind your bus or you simply leave it stowed in your vehicle. In the evening it comes with the vehicle. So you can easily use the Van composting Toilet at night. So you don't have to get out of the vehicle, no matter if it's sunny or rainy.
And in the morning you can also enjoy the "peace and quiet" in your camper. No more crowding and waiting for public toilets. Even when you are on the road: Never again have to look for a clean toilet. Isn't that luxury? And all this in the smallest space. This is how your CamperVan becomes a fully-fledged motor home.
This is how you handle your van partition toilet:
It is perfectly adequate, with the right litter, to extend the solids emptying time until this can be emptied during the day. Then when you have the option to dispose of the solids in an environmentally safe manner. Be it in the compost or simply in the household trash.
You can simply pour the urine into any toilet. Or diluted as "liquid fertilizer" you can give valuable nutrients back to the plants.
This not only saves water and eliminates the need for chemicals. You also save the unpleasant disposal at the RV disposal stations. With the composting toilet you are environmentally conscious sustainable with your recreational vehicle on the road.