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e-FertiboX Composting Septic Tank
Anywhere you need a toilet. Composting toilets are very popular in cottages, cabins, pool houses, boat houses, resorts, in agriculture farms, homes, schools and garden sheds. They can also be used in park shelters, remote offices or dormitories, barns, and security posts. Composting toilets are also frequently used in primary residences, in areas where there is a water shortage or for those who simply don’t want to spend the money to put in a Septic Tank. Technically, an e-FertiboX generally called composting toilet is a toilet in which we convert human excreta into compost fertilizer. Usually, the e-FertiboX composting chamber is located under the toilet and acts as waterless Septic Tank. Other toilets are simply collection devices in which humanure is deposited, then removed to a separate composting location away from the toilet area. These toilets are components of composting toilet systems, rather than composting toilets and hey can also be called dry toilets. Humanure composting toilets and systems can generally be divided into two categories based on the composting temperatures they generate. Some toilet systems produce thermophiles (hot) compost; others produce low-temperature compost. We offer our services in Dehradun, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Roorkee – Uttarakhand and Delhi NCR.
The toilet sheet acts only as a collection device, while the composting takes place at a separate location inside e-FertiboX. Such a toilet requires little, if any, expense and can be constructed and operated by people of simple means in a wide range of cultures around the world. It is easy to create thermophiles (hot) compost with such a collection toilet. The toilets of the future will also be collection devices like e-FertiboX rather than waste disposal devices or Septic Tanks. The collected organic material will be hauled away from homes, like municipal garbage is today, and composted under the responsibility of municipal authorities, perhaps under contract with private sector composting facilities. Currently, other recyclable materials such as bottles and cans are collected from homes by municipalities; in some areas organic food materials are also collected and composted at centralized composting facilities. The day will come when the collected organic materials will include toilet materials.In the meantime, homeowners who want to make compost rather than sewage must do so independently by either constructing a composting toilet of their own, buying a commercial composting toilet like e-FertiboX, or using a simple collection toilet with a separate composting bin. The option one chooses depends upon how much money one wants to spend, where one lives, and how much involvement one wants in the compost making process. A simple collection toilet with a separate compost bin is the least expensive, but tends to be limited to homes where an outdoor compost bin can be utilized. Such a toilet is only attractive to people who don’t mind the regular job of emptying containers of compost onto a compost pile, and who are willing to responsibly manage the compost to prevent odour and to ensure appropriate composting conditions… Read more