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electric heat to reduce human waste
(urine, solids, paper) to a small amount
of clean ash, which is dumped periodically
into the garbage. INCINOLET remains
clean because waste never touches the
bowl surface. A bowl liner, dropped
into the bowl prior to use, captures
the waste, then both liner and its
content drop into the incinerator chamber
when the foot pedal is pushed. You
can use INCINOLET at
any time-even while it is in cycle.
cycle is started with the push button. Both
heater and blower come on when button
is pushed. Heater alternates
off and on for a preset period of time,
blower continues on until unit has
people may use the toilet in rapid
succession. Push the start button after
each use to reset the timer.
INCINOLET vs. Composting
| Composting Toilets
|| Paper Bowl Liner contains waste
- keeps bowl sparkling clean.
is not protected - waste can stain
and smear bowl surfaces. Waste
is visible in some models
is incinerated after each use - keeps
bathroom free of odor and flies. Catalyst
within the toilet keeps exhaust odor-free.
|| Waste accumulates and decomposes
over a 3-6 month period of time - user
can see accumulated waste and some
insects may be attracted.
|| Uses no water.
|| Some models use water and must be
|| Nothing to add.
moss must be added after every 3-4
uses. Other "food" for
microbes must be added from time to
|| Ash produced is germ-free - no restrictions
on its disposal.
produced must be put out onto the
ground, but cannot be
used as fertilizer for food producing
plants. Some models drain
excess urine out into a pit or an old
|| Can be used in any climate and can
be left in an unheated environment
for long periods of time.
|| Microbes must be
kept warm and must be "fed" from time to time or they
die, stopping the composting process
and leaving raw sewage in the toilet
or composting vault. Waste
must be "stirred" periodically.
120 volts (some 240 volt models),
at 15 amps. Uses about 1½
kilowatt hour of electricity per
cycle. Electric drawn only when toilet
is in use.
models use 120 volts. Electricity
may be needed all the time, even
during off seasons, to operate evaporation
fan and heater.
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