Back to the thread...we now have a composting loo...with a urine separator which collects into bottle. The loo is home made, with a bucket for number twos and using sawdust, or biodegradable cat litter for cover. Will only use in emergency and will empty when we get to Portugal as have proper set up there. Should last realistically at least two weeks, so if on a long trip will have a airtight box to store. Experience at the barn has shown us no smell except damp sawdust when loo is full. The urine can be emptied in public toilet or diluted and discreetly put under a hedge. We often see men watering the lay-by or hedges directly especially in France.
I use One-Chem Bio. Contains enzymes to break down contents, goes in blue, comes out as brown sludgy liquid. Did use Tesco Bio, but after reading online detergents toxins data sheet showing 3 or 4 ingredients toxic to the aquatic environment I stopped in favour of the toxin free bio product.
"How many sheets?" 'Er indoors' is responsible for a fair bit of Rainforest clearance as the count is in yards rather than sheets :-0 Now I'm wondering whether one of my school-day unhappy memories [Izal bog paper] made me what I am to this day, i.e. a careful 'folder' . No-one would dream of putting a scrunched-up a ball of Izal where the sun doesn't shine... it would be more suited to sanding down a door......
Does anyone else remember Izal bog rolls? Little difference from the small quares of newspaper my Dad would hang from a string at home!