Category: Utility-Free Restrooms

Compost Toilets And Flush-Vaults, A Head To Head Comparison

Compost Toilets comparison

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Composting toilets, in theory, are almost miraculous. Compost toilets convert 95% of human waste into carbon dioxide. The remaining material, in theory, can be used as fertilizer. They are a popular toilet in tiny houses and other residential applications, but how are they in public restrooms? Thousands of composting toilets have been installed over…

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Winter Use Of Flush-Vaults™

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In remote locations, effective strategies for keeping flush toilet restrooms open during the winter are not obvious. When flush restrooms are subject to interior temperatures below freezing, the water in the toilet bowls freezes, and freezing can cause damage to the plumbing and fixtures. Thankfully, we at Green Flush Technologies have taken on this challenge…

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What Are Flush-Vaults?

Section Thru A Flush-Vault Restroom diagram

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]As the name suggests, Flush-Vaults™ are flush restrooms built over vaults that contain the sewage. Vault restrooms are typically installed in areas not served by sewer or septic systems. They utilize a subterranean containment chamber below the building (the vault) to hold waste. Most vault toilets constructed in recent years are built to meet the…

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