archive-nz.com » NZ » C » COMPOSTTOILETS.CO.NZ

Total: 184

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Products | RELIEVE
    our humanure along with our garden and kitchen waste for over 10 yrs and have it down pat Now its easy and we don t even really think about it just do it when it needs to be done and after a couple of years you start to get a continuous flow of the best compost that is completely safe to use anywhere you d want awesome compost usually we save 8 or 10 buckets then make a batch of compost you need a minimum of mass around 1m3 for it to get hot enough to be thermophilic but you could do it using less humanure and more of other things like animal manure or even green weeds freight and packaging are to rotorua should be around 80 hope this helps regards greg inwood greginwood actrix co nz 0211633811 Reply Tamarin Macleod says January 7 2016 at 9 22 am Hi Please could you email the price list to me both single and double Thanks Tamarin Reply greg inwood says January 14 2016 at 2 17 am hi tamarin thanks for the enquiry regarding the bucket composting toilet i make and supply a toilet seat arrangement made of 18mm 12 ply birch plywood on top of a beautiful natural wood box finished with natural java oil that houses a standard 20lt plastic bucket for 350 this includes 1x 20lt bucket and our info booklet a step by step guide and a laminated wall chart And ongoing skype and or phone support when required this system is a skill based system that is simple but requires active engagement for best results We aim for best practice and will guide you to the same if you want Our family have been composting our humanure along with our garden and kitchen waste for over 10 yrs and have it down pat Now its easy and we don t even really think about it just do it when it needs to be done and after a couple of years you start to get a continuous flow of the best compost that is completely safe to use anywhere you d want awesome compost usually we save 8 or 10 buckets then make a batch of compost you need a minimum of mass around 1m3 for it to get hot enough to be thermophilic but you could do it using less humanure and more of other things like animal manure or even green weeds freight and packaging are to rotorua should be around 80 hope this helps regards greg inwood greginwood actrix co nz 0211633811 Reply greg inwood says January 14 2016 at 2 20 am hi tamarin where do you live and i ll be able to give you an estimate on freight costs regards greg Reply Bernadine says December 18 2015 at 10 03 pm Can you please email me a price list for your composting toilets Thanks Reply admin says December 19 2015 at 12 54 am Reply Dannie Carsen says August 29

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/products/?replytocom=67252 (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Products | RELIEVE
    our humanure along with our garden and kitchen waste for over 10 yrs and have it down pat Now its easy and we don t even really think about it just do it when it needs to be done and after a couple of years you start to get a continuous flow of the best compost that is completely safe to use anywhere you d want awesome compost usually we save 8 or 10 buckets then make a batch of compost you need a minimum of mass around 1m3 for it to get hot enough to be thermophilic but you could do it using less humanure and more of other things like animal manure or even green weeds freight and packaging are to rotorua should be around 80 hope this helps regards greg inwood greginwood actrix co nz 0211633811 Reply Tamarin Macleod says January 7 2016 at 9 22 am Hi Please could you email the price list to me both single and double Thanks Tamarin Reply greg inwood says January 14 2016 at 2 17 am hi tamarin thanks for the enquiry regarding the bucket composting toilet i make and supply a toilet seat arrangement made of 18mm 12 ply birch plywood on top of a beautiful natural wood box finished with natural java oil that houses a standard 20lt plastic bucket for 350 this includes 1x 20lt bucket and our info booklet a step by step guide and a laminated wall chart And ongoing skype and or phone support when required this system is a skill based system that is simple but requires active engagement for best results We aim for best practice and will guide you to the same if you want Our family have been composting our humanure along with our garden and kitchen waste for over 10 yrs and have it down pat Now its easy and we don t even really think about it just do it when it needs to be done and after a couple of years you start to get a continuous flow of the best compost that is completely safe to use anywhere you d want awesome compost usually we save 8 or 10 buckets then make a batch of compost you need a minimum of mass around 1m3 for it to get hot enough to be thermophilic but you could do it using less humanure and more of other things like animal manure or even green weeds freight and packaging are to rotorua should be around 80 hope this helps regards greg inwood greginwood actrix co nz 0211633811 Reply greg inwood says January 14 2016 at 2 20 am hi tamarin where do you live and i ll be able to give you an estimate on freight costs regards greg Reply Bernadine says December 18 2015 at 10 03 pm Can you please email me a price list for your composting toilets Thanks Reply admin says December 19 2015 at 12 54 am Reply Dannie Carsen says August 29

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/products/?replytocom=90232 (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Products | RELIEVE
    our humanure along with our garden and kitchen waste for over 10 yrs and have it down pat Now its easy and we don t even really think about it just do it when it needs to be done and after a couple of years you start to get a continuous flow of the best compost that is completely safe to use anywhere you d want awesome compost usually we save 8 or 10 buckets then make a batch of compost you need a minimum of mass around 1m3 for it to get hot enough to be thermophilic but you could do it using less humanure and more of other things like animal manure or even green weeds freight and packaging are to rotorua should be around 80 hope this helps regards greg inwood greginwood actrix co nz 0211633811 Reply Tamarin Macleod says January 7 2016 at 9 22 am Hi Please could you email the price list to me both single and double Thanks Tamarin Reply greg inwood says January 14 2016 at 2 17 am hi tamarin thanks for the enquiry regarding the bucket composting toilet i make and supply a toilet seat arrangement made of 18mm 12 ply birch plywood on top of a beautiful natural wood box finished with natural java oil that houses a standard 20lt plastic bucket for 350 this includes 1x 20lt bucket and our info booklet a step by step guide and a laminated wall chart And ongoing skype and or phone support when required this system is a skill based system that is simple but requires active engagement for best results We aim for best practice and will guide you to the same if you want Our family have been composting our humanure along with our garden and kitchen waste for over 10 yrs and have it down pat Now its easy and we don t even really think about it just do it when it needs to be done and after a couple of years you start to get a continuous flow of the best compost that is completely safe to use anywhere you d want awesome compost usually we save 8 or 10 buckets then make a batch of compost you need a minimum of mass around 1m3 for it to get hot enough to be thermophilic but you could do it using less humanure and more of other things like animal manure or even green weeds freight and packaging are to rotorua should be around 80 hope this helps regards greg inwood greginwood actrix co nz 0211633811 Reply greg inwood says January 14 2016 at 2 20 am hi tamarin where do you live and i ll be able to give you an estimate on freight costs regards greg Reply Bernadine says December 18 2015 at 10 03 pm Can you please email me a price list for your composting toilets Thanks Reply admin says December 19 2015 at 12 54 am Reply Dannie Carsen says August 29

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/products/?replytocom=59007 (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Products | RELIEVE
    our humanure along with our garden and kitchen waste for over 10 yrs and have it down pat Now its easy and we don t even really think about it just do it when it needs to be done and after a couple of years you start to get a continuous flow of the best compost that is completely safe to use anywhere you d want awesome compost usually we save 8 or 10 buckets then make a batch of compost you need a minimum of mass around 1m3 for it to get hot enough to be thermophilic but you could do it using less humanure and more of other things like animal manure or even green weeds freight and packaging are to rotorua should be around 80 hope this helps regards greg inwood greginwood actrix co nz 0211633811 Reply Tamarin Macleod says January 7 2016 at 9 22 am Hi Please could you email the price list to me both single and double Thanks Tamarin Reply greg inwood says January 14 2016 at 2 17 am hi tamarin thanks for the enquiry regarding the bucket composting toilet i make and supply a toilet seat arrangement made of 18mm 12 ply birch plywood on top of a beautiful natural wood box finished with natural java oil that houses a standard 20lt plastic bucket for 350 this includes 1x 20lt bucket and our info booklet a step by step guide and a laminated wall chart And ongoing skype and or phone support when required this system is a skill based system that is simple but requires active engagement for best results We aim for best practice and will guide you to the same if you want Our family have been composting our humanure along with our garden and kitchen waste for over 10 yrs and have it down pat Now its easy and we don t even really think about it just do it when it needs to be done and after a couple of years you start to get a continuous flow of the best compost that is completely safe to use anywhere you d want awesome compost usually we save 8 or 10 buckets then make a batch of compost you need a minimum of mass around 1m3 for it to get hot enough to be thermophilic but you could do it using less humanure and more of other things like animal manure or even green weeds freight and packaging are to rotorua should be around 80 hope this helps regards greg inwood greginwood actrix co nz 0211633811 Reply greg inwood says January 14 2016 at 2 20 am hi tamarin where do you live and i ll be able to give you an estimate on freight costs regards greg Reply Bernadine says December 18 2015 at 10 03 pm Can you please email me a price list for your composting toilets Thanks Reply admin says December 19 2015 at 12 54 am Reply Dannie Carsen says August 29

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/products/?replytocom=41067 (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • composting process | RELIEVE
    compost which is safe to use on the garden You will need to get 3 4 or even 5 containers to use in a rotation depending on how much humanure your household is producing Does this answer your question adequately Cheers Lisa Reply Natasha Gall says April 7 2011 at 8 15 am Hi it would be great if you put up options of what to do with the 3 4 full bins on this site I think it will turn people off if they have to email you Could you bury it at this point even in a corn plastic bag etc Great site keep up the good work Reply Lisa says April 4 2011 at 8 16 am Hey Peta There won t be too much moisture in the bottom if you pee into a seperate bucket If some pee sneaks into the poo bucket you should add a bit of extra sawdust or whatever you are using as carbon matter to soak it up The air vent at the back of the wheelie bin also helps to evaporate any extra moisture Any remaining moisture in the bottom of the bin will be fine to dilute and put on your garden after the 9 month sitting period Cheers Reply Peta Hudson says April 1 2011 at 11 47 pm What happens to the moisture that collects at the bottom of the wheelie bin Reply greg inwood says August 29 2014 at 10 22 pm hi peta you can pour it back on top of your wheelie bin keep doing that until all the liquid has either been taken up by the compost or has evaporated off pouring it back on top helps the top of your pile to stay moist composting cannot happen to dry material or material

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/forums/composting-process/?replytocom=36 (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • composting process | RELIEVE
    compost which is safe to use on the garden You will need to get 3 4 or even 5 containers to use in a rotation depending on how much humanure your household is producing Does this answer your question adequately Cheers Lisa Reply Natasha Gall says April 7 2011 at 8 15 am Hi it would be great if you put up options of what to do with the 3 4 full bins on this site I think it will turn people off if they have to email you Could you bury it at this point even in a corn plastic bag etc Great site keep up the good work Reply Lisa says April 4 2011 at 8 16 am Hey Peta There won t be too much moisture in the bottom if you pee into a seperate bucket If some pee sneaks into the poo bucket you should add a bit of extra sawdust or whatever you are using as carbon matter to soak it up The air vent at the back of the wheelie bin also helps to evaporate any extra moisture Any remaining moisture in the bottom of the bin will be fine to dilute and put on your garden after the 9 month sitting period Cheers Reply Peta Hudson says April 1 2011 at 11 47 pm What happens to the moisture that collects at the bottom of the wheelie bin Reply greg inwood says August 29 2014 at 10 22 pm hi peta you can pour it back on top of your wheelie bin keep doing that until all the liquid has either been taken up by the compost or has evaporated off pouring it back on top helps the top of your pile to stay moist composting cannot happen to dry material or material

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/forums/composting-process/?replytocom=32 (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • composting process | RELIEVE
    compost which is safe to use on the garden You will need to get 3 4 or even 5 containers to use in a rotation depending on how much humanure your household is producing Does this answer your question adequately Cheers Lisa Reply Natasha Gall says April 7 2011 at 8 15 am Hi it would be great if you put up options of what to do with the 3 4 full bins on this site I think it will turn people off if they have to email you Could you bury it at this point even in a corn plastic bag etc Great site keep up the good work Reply Lisa says April 4 2011 at 8 16 am Hey Peta There won t be too much moisture in the bottom if you pee into a seperate bucket If some pee sneaks into the poo bucket you should add a bit of extra sawdust or whatever you are using as carbon matter to soak it up The air vent at the back of the wheelie bin also helps to evaporate any extra moisture Any remaining moisture in the bottom of the bin will be fine to dilute and put on your garden after the 9 month sitting period Cheers Reply Peta Hudson says April 1 2011 at 11 47 pm What happens to the moisture that collects at the bottom of the wheelie bin Reply greg inwood says August 29 2014 at 10 22 pm hi peta you can pour it back on top of your wheelie bin keep doing that until all the liquid has either been taken up by the compost or has evaporated off pouring it back on top helps the top of your pile to stay moist composting cannot happen to dry material or material

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/forums/composting-process/?replytocom=27 (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive

  • composting process | RELIEVE
    compost which is safe to use on the garden You will need to get 3 4 or even 5 containers to use in a rotation depending on how much humanure your household is producing Does this answer your question adequately Cheers Lisa Reply Natasha Gall says April 7 2011 at 8 15 am Hi it would be great if you put up options of what to do with the 3 4 full bins on this site I think it will turn people off if they have to email you Could you bury it at this point even in a corn plastic bag etc Great site keep up the good work Reply Lisa says April 4 2011 at 8 16 am Hey Peta There won t be too much moisture in the bottom if you pee into a seperate bucket If some pee sneaks into the poo bucket you should add a bit of extra sawdust or whatever you are using as carbon matter to soak it up The air vent at the back of the wheelie bin also helps to evaporate any extra moisture Any remaining moisture in the bottom of the bin will be fine to dilute and put on your garden after the 9 month sitting period Cheers Reply Peta Hudson says April 1 2011 at 11 47 pm What happens to the moisture that collects at the bottom of the wheelie bin Reply greg inwood says August 29 2014 at 10 22 pm hi peta you can pour it back on top of your wheelie bin keep doing that until all the liquid has either been taken up by the compost or has evaporated off pouring it back on top helps the top of your pile to stay moist composting cannot happen to dry material or material

    Original URL path: http://www.composttoilets.co.nz/index.php/forums/composting-process/?replytocom=22 (2016-05-02)
    Open archived version from archive