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Friday, February 26, 2010

Bringing the OUThouse IN

Been thinking about this since we moved into a house with a "holding tank." What a stupid way we deal with our wastes. I knew that there had to be a better way. Sure would like to hear from some folks who have one of these installed and "running" so to speak.


It sure would be a lot easier to install a second bathroom in a house when you did not have to install a regular water closet. And if you woke up one day without running water, well, I wouldn't mind having one of these already in use. Seeing as it may become dangerous to go to OUT to the OUThouse in the future, well, those who had an "INhouse" would be a step ahead me thinks....


1 comment:

Gen-IL Homesteader said...

Hmmm. Nobody out there has one, eh? In the latest issue of Countryside there is a letter from someone who uses a composting toilet. He was telling the pros and cons of his. Of course, his was a store-bought one. Composting toilets make so much sense especially in regards to water conservation. Don't think I could EVER get hubby to give in and install one, though. (Of course, he, like most men, uses the great outdoors as often as he can, so he doesn't see a need!!lol)

We have a camping toilet that we'll use when emergency strikes. It still uses water, but not as much as the house toilet.

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