The perfect Tiny House , cabin , small space living solution.
"We are contributing to a 'green' and sustainable environment for present and future generations", Mikael Billsund states. The toilet can be installed in both warm and cold locations, and works well irrespective of the room temperature. "That is why Separett toilets are used all over the world, from the dry heat of Africa to the icy cold of Greenland".
Separett Compost Toilet Benefits:
Separett waterless compost toilets provide comfortable solutions for all! They are not limited by water and sewage. The Separett compost toilet separates the liquid and the solid waste and they are stores into two different containers. When urine and solid waste are mixed, they starts to ferment. In the Separett toilet no such process occurs - and thanks to that, no unpleasant smell either.
Separett Toilet Options
With Separett AC and AC/DC versions, the waterless composting toilet is usable on grid or off grid. All of Separett toilets are Urine Diverting toilets. All of the units are great if you don't have access to water or sewer hook up.
Separett Villa 9215: off grid, ships for use with either DC/battery power or standard AC Charger. Best for locations where the fan vent does not need to run more than 20 ft .
Separett Weekender: Perfect for those that want the compostable toilet at an affordable price. The fan runs off of 12 volts DC.
Separett 9200 : most advanced and trouble free. Separett Villa 9200 AC is designed for locations where the fan vent needs to run farther than 20 ft.
Benefit to the environment :
A Separett Compost Toilet needs neither water to flush with or expense sewage treatments which is a fantastic benefit to the environment. Additionally, the separation process makes it possible to recycle the waste back to nature as an organic fertilizer. Bringing it all back full circle. The best part to you, no odors!
How the Separett Works ?
Urine Diverting Toilet:The solids and the liquids are separated and are diverted into two different areas.
Liquid waste: diverted into a drain pit, storage tank, or waste water system.