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    43 pm Great to meet you last night Gunter Jane is the best person to talk to regarding this Details are here http www composttoilets co nz index php forums materials available to build Reply Jane says June 30 2011 at 8 40 am Hi I am attempting to have some wheelie bins of the green and yellow sizes brought up from Invercargill This is to fit in with the compost toilet system shown on this website If you are interested in finding some wheelie bins this is a great opportunity as they are relatively inexpensive and maybe even free There is a limited time frame for availability of these bins so get in touch with me asap jane4ash gmail com Also Stephen from Total Bin Supplies in Christchurch has 20L pails with the lids cut out for a toilet seat He is selling these for 20 for those who don t want to spend 50 making a wooden box with toilet seat like we did last weekend They would be good for those with a small toilet cubicle and useful for camping trips down the track I will post a photo shortly As for me the toilet box is working a treat I highly recommend this solution for the long term and thank you to the Compost Toilets for Christchurch team and Tim for organising the workshops Can anyone confirm for me where the portaloos are being emptied Cheers Jane Reply lisa says June 29 2011 at 6 24 am Gidday Magnus I ve asked Matt to send you the list from the workshop Unfortunately a few people had writing that was too difficult to read So to anyone reading this if you came to the new brighton workshop on 17th of June and haven t heard from us

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    43 pm Great to meet you last night Gunter Jane is the best person to talk to regarding this Details are here http www composttoilets co nz index php forums materials available to build Reply Jane says June 30 2011 at 8 40 am Hi I am attempting to have some wheelie bins of the green and yellow sizes brought up from Invercargill This is to fit in with the compost toilet system shown on this website If you are interested in finding some wheelie bins this is a great opportunity as they are relatively inexpensive and maybe even free There is a limited time frame for availability of these bins so get in touch with me asap jane4ash gmail com Also Stephen from Total Bin Supplies in Christchurch has 20L pails with the lids cut out for a toilet seat He is selling these for 20 for those who don t want to spend 50 making a wooden box with toilet seat like we did last weekend They would be good for those with a small toilet cubicle and useful for camping trips down the track I will post a photo shortly As for me the toilet box is working a treat I highly recommend this solution for the long term and thank you to the Compost Toilets for Christchurch team and Tim for organising the workshops Can anyone confirm for me where the portaloos are being emptied Cheers Jane Reply lisa says June 29 2011 at 6 24 am Gidday Magnus I ve asked Matt to send you the list from the workshop Unfortunately a few people had writing that was too difficult to read So to anyone reading this if you came to the new brighton workshop on 17th of June and haven t heard from us

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    43 pm Great to meet you last night Gunter Jane is the best person to talk to regarding this Details are here http www composttoilets co nz index php forums materials available to build Reply Jane says June 30 2011 at 8 40 am Hi I am attempting to have some wheelie bins of the green and yellow sizes brought up from Invercargill This is to fit in with the compost toilet system shown on this website If you are interested in finding some wheelie bins this is a great opportunity as they are relatively inexpensive and maybe even free There is a limited time frame for availability of these bins so get in touch with me asap jane4ash gmail com Also Stephen from Total Bin Supplies in Christchurch has 20L pails with the lids cut out for a toilet seat He is selling these for 20 for those who don t want to spend 50 making a wooden box with toilet seat like we did last weekend They would be good for those with a small toilet cubicle and useful for camping trips down the track I will post a photo shortly As for me the toilet box is working a treat I highly recommend this solution for the long term and thank you to the Compost Toilets for Christchurch team and Tim for organising the workshops Can anyone confirm for me where the portaloos are being emptied Cheers Jane Reply lisa says June 29 2011 at 6 24 am Gidday Magnus I ve asked Matt to send you the list from the workshop Unfortunately a few people had writing that was too difficult to read So to anyone reading this if you came to the new brighton workshop on 17th of June and haven t heard from us

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    43 pm Great to meet you last night Gunter Jane is the best person to talk to regarding this Details are here http www composttoilets co nz index php forums materials available to build Reply Jane says June 30 2011 at 8 40 am Hi I am attempting to have some wheelie bins of the green and yellow sizes brought up from Invercargill This is to fit in with the compost toilet system shown on this website If you are interested in finding some wheelie bins this is a great opportunity as they are relatively inexpensive and maybe even free There is a limited time frame for availability of these bins so get in touch with me asap jane4ash gmail com Also Stephen from Total Bin Supplies in Christchurch has 20L pails with the lids cut out for a toilet seat He is selling these for 20 for those who don t want to spend 50 making a wooden box with toilet seat like we did last weekend They would be good for those with a small toilet cubicle and useful for camping trips down the track I will post a photo shortly As for me the toilet box is working a treat I highly recommend this solution for the long term and thank you to the Compost Toilets for Christchurch team and Tim for organising the workshops Can anyone confirm for me where the portaloos are being emptied Cheers Jane Reply lisa says June 29 2011 at 6 24 am Gidday Magnus I ve asked Matt to send you the list from the workshop Unfortunately a few people had writing that was too difficult to read So to anyone reading this if you came to the new brighton workshop on 17th of June and haven t heard from us

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  • politics and policy | RELIEVE
    on why you need the toilet in your emergency kit and how to make and use one We focus on use doing the first seven days post disaster although this is a unique opportunity to talk about pee and poo and people have lots of great questions about composting and nutrient cycling Reply Annie Stuart says November 30 2011 at 7 25 pm Hi James Philippa Jameison editor of Organic NZ rang to say that she wants to run the short piece on the Christchurch Compost Toilet project in the next issue but wondered if there were any updates on how it s going forthcoming workshops etc Also she wanted to verify that it was ok to use one of the images from the website she mentioned a high res one a cartoon I think that would reproduce well I rang the landline no I had written down for you 09 but got a discontinued service message I also sent a text to the mobile no I have for you 021 02404961 If you get this in the next couple of days could you get back to me please amstuart00 gmail com or 021 0314664 or 03 4701668 Thanks Annie Stuart Reply Carol says October 29 2011 at 9 39 pm The building code situation that Richard outlines is very similar to the one we have here in Oregon and elsewhere in the US But new understanding of finite water supplies Peak Phosphorus global food security and the like are changing attitudes and policy very quickly ReCode Oregon has helped write code to authorize site built composting toilets and this should be official soon The new work Sustainable Sanitation in Cities A Framework for Action Lüthi C Panesar A Schütze T Norström A McConville J Parkinson J Saywell D Ingle R 2011 has information on successful introduction of composting toilets in European towns and cities Also PHLUSH here in Portland Oregon really would like to hear from the Compost Loo Team What we are calling the Christchurch Twin No Mix Toilet has been well received and we expect city county and Red Cross officials will endorse it Although it s for emergencies we are educating people about nutrient cycling and long term use Please can you get in touch with us at info at phlush org We are writing a grant due Tuesday and would like to include a video conference with you at the University of Oregon Perhaps we can get some senior officials here to validate your work in a way that supports your work for regulatory change Reply Richard Grevers says October 25 2011 at 8 24 am Hi Heidi Planners and rulemakers like predictable outcomes and the commercial systems are the only ones that offer tested reliability that isn t dependent on the level of knowledge and care of the householders Give the handle three turns once a day is about the same difficulty as press the flush button after each use Also local authorities are

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    why you need the toilet in your emergency kit and how to make and use one We focus on use doing the first seven days post disaster although this is a unique opportunity to talk about pee and poo and people have lots of great questions about composting and nutrient cycling Reply Annie Stuart says November 30 2011 at 7 25 pm Hi James Philippa Jameison editor of Organic NZ rang to say that she wants to run the short piece on the Christchurch Compost Toilet project in the next issue but wondered if there were any updates on how it s going forthcoming workshops etc Also she wanted to verify that it was ok to use one of the images from the website she mentioned a high res one a cartoon I think that would reproduce well I rang the landline no I had written down for you 09 but got a discontinued service message I also sent a text to the mobile no I have for you 021 02404961 If you get this in the next couple of days could you get back to me please amstuart00 gmail com or 021 0314664 or 03 4701668 Thanks Annie Stuart Reply Carol says October 29 2011 at 9 39 pm The building code situation that Richard outlines is very similar to the one we have here in Oregon and elsewhere in the US But new understanding of finite water supplies Peak Phosphorus global food security and the like are changing attitudes and policy very quickly ReCode Oregon has helped write code to authorize site built composting toilets and this should be official soon The new work Sustainable Sanitation in Cities A Framework for Action Lüthi C Panesar A Schütze T Norström A McConville J Parkinson J Saywell D Ingle R 2011 has information on successful introduction of composting toilets in European towns and cities Also PHLUSH here in Portland Oregon really would like to hear from the Compost Loo Team What we are calling the Christchurch Twin No Mix Toilet has been well received and we expect city county and Red Cross officials will endorse it Although it s for emergencies we are educating people about nutrient cycling and long term use Please can you get in touch with us at info at phlush org We are writing a grant due Tuesday and would like to include a video conference with you at the University of Oregon Perhaps we can get some senior officials here to validate your work in a way that supports your work for regulatory change Reply Richard Grevers says October 25 2011 at 8 24 am Hi Heidi Planners and rulemakers like predictable outcomes and the commercial systems are the only ones that offer tested reliability that isn t dependent on the level of knowledge and care of the householders Give the handle three turns once a day is about the same difficulty as press the flush button after each use Also local authorities are generally

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  • politics and policy | RELIEVE
    on why you need the toilet in your emergency kit and how to make and use one We focus on use doing the first seven days post disaster although this is a unique opportunity to talk about pee and poo and people have lots of great questions about composting and nutrient cycling Reply Annie Stuart says November 30 2011 at 7 25 pm Hi James Philippa Jameison editor of Organic NZ rang to say that she wants to run the short piece on the Christchurch Compost Toilet project in the next issue but wondered if there were any updates on how it s going forthcoming workshops etc Also she wanted to verify that it was ok to use one of the images from the website she mentioned a high res one a cartoon I think that would reproduce well I rang the landline no I had written down for you 09 but got a discontinued service message I also sent a text to the mobile no I have for you 021 02404961 If you get this in the next couple of days could you get back to me please amstuart00 gmail com or 021 0314664 or 03 4701668 Thanks Annie Stuart Reply Carol says October 29 2011 at 9 39 pm The building code situation that Richard outlines is very similar to the one we have here in Oregon and elsewhere in the US But new understanding of finite water supplies Peak Phosphorus global food security and the like are changing attitudes and policy very quickly ReCode Oregon has helped write code to authorize site built composting toilets and this should be official soon The new work Sustainable Sanitation in Cities A Framework for Action Lüthi C Panesar A Schütze T Norström A McConville J Parkinson J Saywell D Ingle R 2011 has information on successful introduction of composting toilets in European towns and cities Also PHLUSH here in Portland Oregon really would like to hear from the Compost Loo Team What we are calling the Christchurch Twin No Mix Toilet has been well received and we expect city county and Red Cross officials will endorse it Although it s for emergencies we are educating people about nutrient cycling and long term use Please can you get in touch with us at info at phlush org We are writing a grant due Tuesday and would like to include a video conference with you at the University of Oregon Perhaps we can get some senior officials here to validate your work in a way that supports your work for regulatory change Reply Richard Grevers says October 25 2011 at 8 24 am Hi Heidi Planners and rulemakers like predictable outcomes and the commercial systems are the only ones that offer tested reliability that isn t dependent on the level of knowledge and care of the householders Give the handle three turns once a day is about the same difficulty as press the flush button after each use Also local authorities are

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    on why you need the toilet in your emergency kit and how to make and use one We focus on use doing the first seven days post disaster although this is a unique opportunity to talk about pee and poo and people have lots of great questions about composting and nutrient cycling Reply Annie Stuart says November 30 2011 at 7 25 pm Hi James Philippa Jameison editor of Organic NZ rang to say that she wants to run the short piece on the Christchurch Compost Toilet project in the next issue but wondered if there were any updates on how it s going forthcoming workshops etc Also she wanted to verify that it was ok to use one of the images from the website she mentioned a high res one a cartoon I think that would reproduce well I rang the landline no I had written down for you 09 but got a discontinued service message I also sent a text to the mobile no I have for you 021 02404961 If you get this in the next couple of days could you get back to me please amstuart00 gmail com or 021 0314664 or 03 4701668 Thanks Annie Stuart Reply Carol says October 29 2011 at 9 39 pm The building code situation that Richard outlines is very similar to the one we have here in Oregon and elsewhere in the US But new understanding of finite water supplies Peak Phosphorus global food security and the like are changing attitudes and policy very quickly ReCode Oregon has helped write code to authorize site built composting toilets and this should be official soon The new work Sustainable Sanitation in Cities A Framework for Action Lüthi C Panesar A Schütze T Norström A McConville J Parkinson J Saywell D Ingle R 2011 has information on successful introduction of composting toilets in European towns and cities Also PHLUSH here in Portland Oregon really would like to hear from the Compost Loo Team What we are calling the Christchurch Twin No Mix Toilet has been well received and we expect city county and Red Cross officials will endorse it Although it s for emergencies we are educating people about nutrient cycling and long term use Please can you get in touch with us at info at phlush org We are writing a grant due Tuesday and would like to include a video conference with you at the University of Oregon Perhaps we can get some senior officials here to validate your work in a way that supports your work for regulatory change Reply Richard Grevers says October 25 2011 at 8 24 am Hi Heidi Planners and rulemakers like predictable outcomes and the commercial systems are the only ones that offer tested reliability that isn t dependent on the level of knowledge and care of the householders Give the handle three turns once a day is about the same difficulty as press the flush button after each use Also local authorities are

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