Things to know about dry composting toilets for your garden shed or allotment
Why would you still do without a toilet in his garden shed. Sure, there are the community toilets and of course you have no sewage in your garden shed.
But isn't it sometimes nice to have your own toilet in the cottage?
With a dry composting toilet this is nothing special. It's quick and easy to install, it's easy to use, and you even create your own fertilizer.
A dry toilet doesn't need water or a sewer connection. Because as the name suggests, it is a dry toilet. Therefore, you can place it anywhere.
What do I do with what I leave behind?
By separating urine and feces (solids) without chemical additives, only natural materials are left at the end.
Be it the urine, which you can use diluted as plant fertilizer, or the litter-solids mixture, which becomes valuable soil on the compost. If you use a plant charcoal mixture as litter, for example, you even get valuable Terra Preta soil. What more could a gardener ask for?
The principle is simple and has been proven for centuries: Separate and recycle instead of disposing.
Do I need a special dry compost toilet for my garden house?
The pleasant first. You can install all common dry compost toilets in your garden house. Whether kit or one of the many complete toilets. Depending on how you want to use your dry compost toilet in the garden house, how much space you have and how it should finally look like, you are guaranteed to find the right dry composting toilet for your garden house here. And if not: Just build your own waterless toilet for your garden shed. Under kits for compost toilets you will find everything you need.