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Old 06-28-2021, 09:33 AM   #1
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Nature’s Head Composting Toilet

I have a 2021 195RB off-grid. Planning to replace RV toilet with a Nature’s Head Composting toilet. Anyone have experience with this? Thanks!
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Old 06-28-2021, 11:42 PM   #2
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I believe i saw a video on you tube where they did this might be worth looking into.
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Old 06-29-2021, 03:31 AM   #3
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I believe i saw a video on you tube where they did this might be worth looking into.
Thanks. I haven’t seen one for my specific camper (195RB) but I’ll keep looking.
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I bought a Natures Head composting toilet to be installed in my Class C RV. It has no discernable odor, even when the lid is lifted or the upper portion is lifted partially when removing the liquids bottle to empty it every other day or so. Cleaning is simple if you spray down the inside of the bowl with a water and white vinegar mix after every use and perform a minor wipe up with a paper towel (which you then just drop into the trap door) if you have a particularly egregious contact mark.
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One alternative to the Natures Head is the Separett toilet. https://separett.shop/

If we end up doing a lot of boondocking, I'll probably go with a Separett or possibly a propane fired incinerator toilet.

FYI: One of the electric powerplants I use to manage had an (electric) incinerating toilet on the fuel oil unloading ship dock. That thing worked great. The electric power demand would be a bit rugged for a boondocking setup, though.
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