As promised, here are pictures of the modifications I made in my 13 Foot Burro
. She needed at toilet so I decided upon a sawdust toilet after reading and researching about water saving toilets.
These toilets are economical, odorless, and MUCH better on the environment. Plus, it preserves our precious drinking water. This is biodegradable and better on the landfill than Pamper's diapers which have a plastic lining.
I use paper bags with wax paper lining designed for this purpose with Aspen sawdust that sells for $4 a pack at Walmart in the pet bedding section.
Now I am free to camp without worrying if there are toilet facilities or I am free from going outdoors in the rain, snow, or dark to use the restroom.
I installed a curtain for privacy and have hand sanitizer handy in a nearby dispenser.
For more information, Google "sawdust Toilets" and click on IMAGES. They are legal in all 50 states and the waste is more biodegradable than disposable diapers. There is absolutely no odor when the waste is covered with a thin layer of sawdust.
You start out with a lined container with about 5 inches of sawdust on the bottom. After you use the toilet you sprinkle enough clean sawdust on top to completely cover the waste. (You keep a small dry clean container of sawdust nearby with a coffee can for a scoop!). You drop the paper in there too! Cover it all up, and you're good to go! I can camp all week with 1-2 people without changing the waste container bag. No odor whatsoever. Comes out neatly, the bag ties closed, the waste moisture is absorbed by the sawdust material.
Throw it away in any garbage container. It's no more smelly than a child's soiled diaper (in fact, it's much less smelly) there's practically no odor at all.
Just another alternative for these awesome campers!