Ask and ye shall receive: https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/composting-toilet (https://www.gonewiththewynns.com/composting-toilet) They produced a ton of videos and went on to install a Nature's Head on their boat.… None of the reviews talk about having them in vehicles and I think this is the issue.
Only ever spent a few days there. (Part of that time was waiting for a new tire from La Paz.) We stayed in a nice hotel a few blocks from the main square. Great fun getting our truck (Isuzu Trooper) into the parking area. Singani sours on the roof top!Sucre is fantastic. ...
Might stay here for a few weeks.
I agree with what you have said alot users thinks that their feces get decomposed to fast within a day which is not the case. It depends on lot of factor for your feces to get decomposed I have read a source https://topreviewedten.com/all-about-composting-toilets/ which tells the ways you can accelerate the process of decomposition, it has covered great points on this topic and on different topics too.What nobody ever mentions when talking about these portable composting toilets, is that if you take a crap in it on Tuesday, and then empty the solids container on Wednesday - what you are emptying is NOT compost...it's feces.
It CANNOT be spread as fertilizer because it has not had the time (or temperature) for the composting process to destroy the bacteria and pathogens.
Composting takes time. If there is also temperature, then the time can be reduced, but even with temperature, it's not a fast process. That's my problem with these portable composting toilets - I can see using one for a few months, and then letting it sit for a few months for the composting process to run its course, then emptying it. But empty it too soon after using it, and what you are disposing of is NOT safely composted human waste:
I'm also pretty sure it's not legal to just toss it in a handy dumpster either. Most states allow the solids from a composting toilet to be thrown away only if A) it's actually compost, and B) the trash is destined for a "sanitary landfill":
Uncomposted (or partially composted) human waste is sewage and so the normal sewage rules apply.
add heat (catalyst) to speed up the composting. Run a hot coolant line... or exhaust heat to the solids container.I agree with what you have said alot users thinks that their feces get decomposed to fast within a day which is not the case. It depends on lot of factor for your feces to get decomposed I have read a source https://topreviewedten.com/all-about-composting-toilets/ which tells the ways you can accelerate the process of decomposition, it has covered great points on this topic and on different topics too.
I'm sorry, but I'm sat here giggling like a school kid because of my over active daft imagination... I'm imagining the 4" exhaust outlet entering into the 12" square box of our Natures Head in its small cubicle, and the devistation it'd cause... Imagine the wifes face as she opens the toilet door after a 400 mile journey!! Sorry guys, I'll concentrate now...! On a serious note, yes you have a good idea. Certainly with a coolant line. Cheers, (and I hope some of you have similar humor to me at the picture of the explosive composting process!!)...Run exhaust heat to the solids container.