Off Grid Living – How to Build a Wood Chip
Composting Toilet for an Off Grid Cabin, Shed or Home
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Off Grid Wood Chip Composting Toilets
A composting toilet is not an outhouse with a hole in thing in the ground! It does not smell. It does not create pollution and building a compost toilet is a good way to take refuse and turn it into a important resource for gardening. It combines human waste and dry materials such as sawdust, wood chips, pine needles, crushed leaves, or wood ash and composts it with straw at a high heat to kill potential pathogens.
At the end of the process you are left with sweet smelling, clean, and hygienic compost that can be used to feed black soldier fly bins, which produce larvae for chicken feed and compost that can be used to fertilize gardens.
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