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    to stop the actual plastic of the buckets smelling but i find that all smells are eliminated from the cleaned buckets with exposure to the sun for a few hours its great to see this website specifically for chch residents Well done Claire Reply Phil Orr says July 6 2011 at 12 58 am I have been using a 20l bucket at our hoilday property for the last 3 years its been great pee and poo in the same bucket men pee in the bush We have found that the room where the 20l bucket is does not stick at all its more pleasent than toilet at home We have an external compost bin made up of 4 old pallets And we have 2 sets of these set up we filled one of the last two years and have just started on the second one so letting the first one sit for a year or so now We have had no problem that we have noticed with any leaching Go CHCH I was thinking at how we could implement something like this up there Let me know how I can help Cheers from Invercargill Reply Thomas Lauterbach says June 19 2011 at 11 25 pm I have been a great believer in composting toilets for years I learned how to build and use them from Frederick Hundertwasser the famous Austrian artist and architect He was a close friend and a passionate believer in the simple bucket version of the humus toilet One thing I personally believe is important to optimize this wonderful way of giving back to mother nature in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way is to use mainly humus soil to cover the shit Natural humus has got all the bacteria it needs for a smell free and rapid decomposition I use two large buckets one in use the other one to allow time for proper and total decomposition once it is full I then recycle from the one containing completely decomposed humus to cover the shit at the bucket which is in use I sometimes add a little leave and plant material from the forest floor like tea tree leaves or other fine forest humus on top of the forest floor It is wonderful to know that you discard of human waste in such a sustainable smell and fly free way Hundertwasser used these toilets wherever he lived inside his home in Vienna even in his flat in the 5th floor No smell but the joy to be in harmony with Papatuanuku For more information e mail me at thomas lauterbach co nz Reply Jo Atara McKenzie says June 19 2011 at 12 28 am Hi Guys thanks for coming to ChCh and leading the example of how to live more sustainable Planning now on how to set up our own compost toilet in our wee flat May your tribe increase Jo Reply admin says June 19 2011 at 6 02 pm Thanks Jo If there is

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    to stop the actual plastic of the buckets smelling but i find that all smells are eliminated from the cleaned buckets with exposure to the sun for a few hours its great to see this website specifically for chch residents Well done Claire Reply Phil Orr says July 6 2011 at 12 58 am I have been using a 20l bucket at our hoilday property for the last 3 years its been great pee and poo in the same bucket men pee in the bush We have found that the room where the 20l bucket is does not stick at all its more pleasent than toilet at home We have an external compost bin made up of 4 old pallets And we have 2 sets of these set up we filled one of the last two years and have just started on the second one so letting the first one sit for a year or so now We have had no problem that we have noticed with any leaching Go CHCH I was thinking at how we could implement something like this up there Let me know how I can help Cheers from Invercargill Reply Thomas Lauterbach says June 19 2011 at 11 25 pm I have been a great believer in composting toilets for years I learned how to build and use them from Frederick Hundertwasser the famous Austrian artist and architect He was a close friend and a passionate believer in the simple bucket version of the humus toilet One thing I personally believe is important to optimize this wonderful way of giving back to mother nature in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way is to use mainly humus soil to cover the shit Natural humus has got all the bacteria it needs for a smell free and rapid decomposition I use two large buckets one in use the other one to allow time for proper and total decomposition once it is full I then recycle from the one containing completely decomposed humus to cover the shit at the bucket which is in use I sometimes add a little leave and plant material from the forest floor like tea tree leaves or other fine forest humus on top of the forest floor It is wonderful to know that you discard of human waste in such a sustainable smell and fly free way Hundertwasser used these toilets wherever he lived inside his home in Vienna even in his flat in the 5th floor No smell but the joy to be in harmony with Papatuanuku For more information e mail me at thomas lauterbach co nz Reply Jo Atara McKenzie says June 19 2011 at 12 28 am Hi Guys thanks for coming to ChCh and leading the example of how to live more sustainable Planning now on how to set up our own compost toilet in our wee flat May your tribe increase Jo Reply admin says June 19 2011 at 6 02 pm Thanks Jo If there is

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/forums/general/?replytocom=38 (2016-05-02)
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    to stop the actual plastic of the buckets smelling but i find that all smells are eliminated from the cleaned buckets with exposure to the sun for a few hours its great to see this website specifically for chch residents Well done Claire Reply Phil Orr says July 6 2011 at 12 58 am I have been using a 20l bucket at our hoilday property for the last 3 years its been great pee and poo in the same bucket men pee in the bush We have found that the room where the 20l bucket is does not stick at all its more pleasent than toilet at home We have an external compost bin made up of 4 old pallets And we have 2 sets of these set up we filled one of the last two years and have just started on the second one so letting the first one sit for a year or so now We have had no problem that we have noticed with any leaching Go CHCH I was thinking at how we could implement something like this up there Let me know how I can help Cheers from Invercargill Reply Thomas Lauterbach says June 19 2011 at 11 25 pm I have been a great believer in composting toilets for years I learned how to build and use them from Frederick Hundertwasser the famous Austrian artist and architect He was a close friend and a passionate believer in the simple bucket version of the humus toilet One thing I personally believe is important to optimize this wonderful way of giving back to mother nature in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way is to use mainly humus soil to cover the shit Natural humus has got all the bacteria it needs for a smell free and rapid decomposition I use two large buckets one in use the other one to allow time for proper and total decomposition once it is full I then recycle from the one containing completely decomposed humus to cover the shit at the bucket which is in use I sometimes add a little leave and plant material from the forest floor like tea tree leaves or other fine forest humus on top of the forest floor It is wonderful to know that you discard of human waste in such a sustainable smell and fly free way Hundertwasser used these toilets wherever he lived inside his home in Vienna even in his flat in the 5th floor No smell but the joy to be in harmony with Papatuanuku For more information e mail me at thomas lauterbach co nz Reply Jo Atara McKenzie says June 19 2011 at 12 28 am Hi Guys thanks for coming to ChCh and leading the example of how to live more sustainable Planning now on how to set up our own compost toilet in our wee flat May your tribe increase Jo Reply admin says June 19 2011 at 6 02 pm Thanks Jo If there is

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/forums/general/?replytocom=35 (2016-05-02)
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    to stop the actual plastic of the buckets smelling but i find that all smells are eliminated from the cleaned buckets with exposure to the sun for a few hours its great to see this website specifically for chch residents Well done Claire Reply Phil Orr says July 6 2011 at 12 58 am I have been using a 20l bucket at our hoilday property for the last 3 years its been great pee and poo in the same bucket men pee in the bush We have found that the room where the 20l bucket is does not stick at all its more pleasent than toilet at home We have an external compost bin made up of 4 old pallets And we have 2 sets of these set up we filled one of the last two years and have just started on the second one so letting the first one sit for a year or so now We have had no problem that we have noticed with any leaching Go CHCH I was thinking at how we could implement something like this up there Let me know how I can help Cheers from Invercargill Reply Thomas Lauterbach says June 19 2011 at 11 25 pm I have been a great believer in composting toilets for years I learned how to build and use them from Frederick Hundertwasser the famous Austrian artist and architect He was a close friend and a passionate believer in the simple bucket version of the humus toilet One thing I personally believe is important to optimize this wonderful way of giving back to mother nature in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way is to use mainly humus soil to cover the shit Natural humus has got all the bacteria it needs for a smell free and rapid decomposition I use two large buckets one in use the other one to allow time for proper and total decomposition once it is full I then recycle from the one containing completely decomposed humus to cover the shit at the bucket which is in use I sometimes add a little leave and plant material from the forest floor like tea tree leaves or other fine forest humus on top of the forest floor It is wonderful to know that you discard of human waste in such a sustainable smell and fly free way Hundertwasser used these toilets wherever he lived inside his home in Vienna even in his flat in the 5th floor No smell but the joy to be in harmony with Papatuanuku For more information e mail me at thomas lauterbach co nz Reply Jo Atara McKenzie says June 19 2011 at 12 28 am Hi Guys thanks for coming to ChCh and leading the example of how to live more sustainable Planning now on how to set up our own compost toilet in our wee flat May your tribe increase Jo Reply admin says June 19 2011 at 6 02 pm Thanks Jo If there is

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/forums/general/?replytocom=34 (2016-05-02)
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    to stop the actual plastic of the buckets smelling but i find that all smells are eliminated from the cleaned buckets with exposure to the sun for a few hours its great to see this website specifically for chch residents Well done Claire Reply Phil Orr says July 6 2011 at 12 58 am I have been using a 20l bucket at our hoilday property for the last 3 years its been great pee and poo in the same bucket men pee in the bush We have found that the room where the 20l bucket is does not stick at all its more pleasent than toilet at home We have an external compost bin made up of 4 old pallets And we have 2 sets of these set up we filled one of the last two years and have just started on the second one so letting the first one sit for a year or so now We have had no problem that we have noticed with any leaching Go CHCH I was thinking at how we could implement something like this up there Let me know how I can help Cheers from Invercargill Reply Thomas Lauterbach says June 19 2011 at 11 25 pm I have been a great believer in composting toilets for years I learned how to build and use them from Frederick Hundertwasser the famous Austrian artist and architect He was a close friend and a passionate believer in the simple bucket version of the humus toilet One thing I personally believe is important to optimize this wonderful way of giving back to mother nature in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way is to use mainly humus soil to cover the shit Natural humus has got all the bacteria it needs for a smell free and rapid decomposition I use two large buckets one in use the other one to allow time for proper and total decomposition once it is full I then recycle from the one containing completely decomposed humus to cover the shit at the bucket which is in use I sometimes add a little leave and plant material from the forest floor like tea tree leaves or other fine forest humus on top of the forest floor It is wonderful to know that you discard of human waste in such a sustainable smell and fly free way Hundertwasser used these toilets wherever he lived inside his home in Vienna even in his flat in the 5th floor No smell but the joy to be in harmony with Papatuanuku For more information e mail me at thomas lauterbach co nz Reply Jo Atara McKenzie says June 19 2011 at 12 28 am Hi Guys thanks for coming to ChCh and leading the example of how to live more sustainable Planning now on how to set up our own compost toilet in our wee flat May your tribe increase Jo Reply admin says June 19 2011 at 6 02 pm Thanks Jo If there is

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/forums/general/?replytocom=15 (2016-05-02)
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    to stop the actual plastic of the buckets smelling but i find that all smells are eliminated from the cleaned buckets with exposure to the sun for a few hours its great to see this website specifically for chch residents Well done Claire Reply Phil Orr says July 6 2011 at 12 58 am I have been using a 20l bucket at our hoilday property for the last 3 years its been great pee and poo in the same bucket men pee in the bush We have found that the room where the 20l bucket is does not stick at all its more pleasent than toilet at home We have an external compost bin made up of 4 old pallets And we have 2 sets of these set up we filled one of the last two years and have just started on the second one so letting the first one sit for a year or so now We have had no problem that we have noticed with any leaching Go CHCH I was thinking at how we could implement something like this up there Let me know how I can help Cheers from Invercargill Reply Thomas Lauterbach says June 19 2011 at 11 25 pm I have been a great believer in composting toilets for years I learned how to build and use them from Frederick Hundertwasser the famous Austrian artist and architect He was a close friend and a passionate believer in the simple bucket version of the humus toilet One thing I personally believe is important to optimize this wonderful way of giving back to mother nature in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way is to use mainly humus soil to cover the shit Natural humus has got all the bacteria it needs for a smell free and rapid decomposition I use two large buckets one in use the other one to allow time for proper and total decomposition once it is full I then recycle from the one containing completely decomposed humus to cover the shit at the bucket which is in use I sometimes add a little leave and plant material from the forest floor like tea tree leaves or other fine forest humus on top of the forest floor It is wonderful to know that you discard of human waste in such a sustainable smell and fly free way Hundertwasser used these toilets wherever he lived inside his home in Vienna even in his flat in the 5th floor No smell but the joy to be in harmony with Papatuanuku For more information e mail me at thomas lauterbach co nz Reply Jo Atara McKenzie says June 19 2011 at 12 28 am Hi Guys thanks for coming to ChCh and leading the example of how to live more sustainable Planning now on how to set up our own compost toilet in our wee flat May your tribe increase Jo Reply admin says June 19 2011 at 6 02 pm Thanks Jo If there is

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/forums/general/?replytocom=6 (2016-05-02)
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    to stop the actual plastic of the buckets smelling but i find that all smells are eliminated from the cleaned buckets with exposure to the sun for a few hours its great to see this website specifically for chch residents Well done Claire Reply Phil Orr says July 6 2011 at 12 58 am I have been using a 20l bucket at our hoilday property for the last 3 years its been great pee and poo in the same bucket men pee in the bush We have found that the room where the 20l bucket is does not stick at all its more pleasent than toilet at home We have an external compost bin made up of 4 old pallets And we have 2 sets of these set up we filled one of the last two years and have just started on the second one so letting the first one sit for a year or so now We have had no problem that we have noticed with any leaching Go CHCH I was thinking at how we could implement something like this up there Let me know how I can help Cheers from Invercargill Reply Thomas Lauterbach says June 19 2011 at 11 25 pm I have been a great believer in composting toilets for years I learned how to build and use them from Frederick Hundertwasser the famous Austrian artist and architect He was a close friend and a passionate believer in the simple bucket version of the humus toilet One thing I personally believe is important to optimize this wonderful way of giving back to mother nature in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way is to use mainly humus soil to cover the shit Natural humus has got all the bacteria it needs for a smell free and rapid decomposition I use two large buckets one in use the other one to allow time for proper and total decomposition once it is full I then recycle from the one containing completely decomposed humus to cover the shit at the bucket which is in use I sometimes add a little leave and plant material from the forest floor like tea tree leaves or other fine forest humus on top of the forest floor It is wonderful to know that you discard of human waste in such a sustainable smell and fly free way Hundertwasser used these toilets wherever he lived inside his home in Vienna even in his flat in the 5th floor No smell but the joy to be in harmony with Papatuanuku For more information e mail me at thomas lauterbach co nz Reply Jo Atara McKenzie says June 19 2011 at 12 28 am Hi Guys thanks for coming to ChCh and leading the example of how to live more sustainable Planning now on how to set up our own compost toilet in our wee flat May your tribe increase Jo Reply admin says June 19 2011 at 6 02 pm Thanks Jo If there is

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/forums/general/?replytocom=13 (2016-05-02)
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    to stop the actual plastic of the buckets smelling but i find that all smells are eliminated from the cleaned buckets with exposure to the sun for a few hours its great to see this website specifically for chch residents Well done Claire Reply Phil Orr says July 6 2011 at 12 58 am I have been using a 20l bucket at our hoilday property for the last 3 years its been great pee and poo in the same bucket men pee in the bush We have found that the room where the 20l bucket is does not stick at all its more pleasent than toilet at home We have an external compost bin made up of 4 old pallets And we have 2 sets of these set up we filled one of the last two years and have just started on the second one so letting the first one sit for a year or so now We have had no problem that we have noticed with any leaching Go CHCH I was thinking at how we could implement something like this up there Let me know how I can help Cheers from Invercargill Reply Thomas Lauterbach says June 19 2011 at 11 25 pm I have been a great believer in composting toilets for years I learned how to build and use them from Frederick Hundertwasser the famous Austrian artist and architect He was a close friend and a passionate believer in the simple bucket version of the humus toilet One thing I personally believe is important to optimize this wonderful way of giving back to mother nature in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way is to use mainly humus soil to cover the shit Natural humus has got all the bacteria it needs for a smell free and rapid decomposition I use two large buckets one in use the other one to allow time for proper and total decomposition once it is full I then recycle from the one containing completely decomposed humus to cover the shit at the bucket which is in use I sometimes add a little leave and plant material from the forest floor like tea tree leaves or other fine forest humus on top of the forest floor It is wonderful to know that you discard of human waste in such a sustainable smell and fly free way Hundertwasser used these toilets wherever he lived inside his home in Vienna even in his flat in the 5th floor No smell but the joy to be in harmony with Papatuanuku For more information e mail me at thomas lauterbach co nz Reply Jo Atara McKenzie says June 19 2011 at 12 28 am Hi Guys thanks for coming to ChCh and leading the example of how to live more sustainable Planning now on how to set up our own compost toilet in our wee flat May your tribe increase Jo Reply admin says June 19 2011 at 6 02 pm Thanks Jo If there is

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/forums/general/?replytocom=4 (2016-05-02)
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