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Old 09-04-2015, 11:21 AM   #113
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Me thinks that a "Chanmber Pot" is something that has to be emptied every day, whereas a "Porta Potty" does not need to be emptied in the morning and can go up to a week before needing attention.
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Old 09-04-2015, 11:28 AM   #114
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I thought we were leaving this behind.
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Old 09-04-2015, 12:48 PM   #115
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That is the problem
To many people think it's okay to leave it behind
And i say
That is Wrong!!!!


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Old 09-04-2015, 12:50 PM   #116
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Kinda like all those folks that walk there dog and never clean up after them.... Or those that clean up and then drop the doggie bag on the sidewalk..... Wrong Wrong Wrong


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Old 09-04-2015, 12:58 PM   #117
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That is the problem
To many people think it's okay to leave it behind
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I think that it was meant to leave the topic of Sawdust Toilets behind, not the contents thereof.... LOL
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Well aware of that
Just making my political statement
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Old 09-04-2015, 02:21 PM   #119
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To paraphrase Walter Lippmann... "the facts exceed my curiosity." Heard that on an NPR piece yesterday, and this thread came instantly to mind.
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Old 09-04-2015, 03:49 PM   #120
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There are a few composting toilets available. The "cadillac" of composting toilets is the Natures Head. It's really popular and a very popular youtuber couple, Gone with the Wynns, have one!
https://youtu.be/_E2xOoNov9s

I bought and installed a C-head in my little trailer!
https://youtu.be/DxTOjS4puss
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Yes, the Wynn's are certainly a very popular Youtubing couple. Did I say the RONCO of RV'ing? I didn't think so....
I have heard this reference for the wonder of the Natures head at least 50 times and every one was linked to the Wynns Youtube. Hasn't anyone else ever bought one?????
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Yes, the Wynn's are certainly a very popular Youtubing couple. Did I say the RONCO of RV'ing? I didn't think so....
I have heard this reference for the wonder of the Natures head at least 50 times and every one was linked to the Wynns Youtube. Hasn't anyone else ever bought one?????
Yes, there are hundreds of youtube videos. Just do a search for "natures head composting toilet" and you'll find more than you could ever watch. I'm sure people link to the Wynn's because they are RVer's too and their video quality is top notch. But there are lots of people putting them in their tiny houses too. I'm sure lot's more people using them in boats and tiny homes than RV's.
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i have a cabin on airBNB using such a toilet. (the toilet is in an outhouse style structure) Women are my main customers and so far, they ALL loved the sawdust toilet. poop covered with moist saw dust does not smell at all. it is the urine that cause most of the smell. if you can rig up a urine separation system, that is 90pc of the battle right there.
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All this talk of stirring the pot and making assumptions. And urine, gee whiz!


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Anybody else think that this thread has run the course of back and forth and need to be locked?
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Maybe it should be "eliminated"😅


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