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    Dry toilet - WCs & wash basins

    A dry toilet, also known as a compost toilet or biomarked litter toilet, is a type of toilet that works without water and uses organic materials such as sawdust, straw or other similar materials to cover human waste.

    Here’s how a dry toilet generally works:

    No water: Unlike conventional toilets, dry toilets do not use water to dispose of waste.

    Collection bin: The dry toilet is equipped with a collection bin located under the seat. This bin collects fecal matter and urine.

    Litter: After each use, the user covers the waste with a small amount of litter (sawdust, straw, wood

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    ... chips, etc.). This litter helps reduce odours and absorb moisture.

    Composting: Once the collection bin is filled, it is emptied into a dedicated composter outside. Organic matter gradually degrades through a composting process, turning waste into a nutrient-rich compost.

    Dry toilets offer several advantages:

    Water saving: Since they do not use water to dispose of waste, dry toilets make it possible to achieve significant water savings, which is beneficial for the environment.

    Waste Management: Dry toilets help to manage waste in a more environmentally friendly way by turning it into compost, which reduces waste sent to treatment plants.

    Adaptability: Dry toilets can be installed in remote areas where there is no access to running water, such as in cabins, campsites or rural residences.

    Odour Reduction: With the use of litter, dry toilets can be less fragrant than traditional toilets.

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