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Homemade composting toilet with homemade urine separator

 
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  Was getting ready to go down south to some property I bought three hours away to work on building a homestead and found my composting toilet I need to take with us. I made it last year out of a pallet, some plywood, a bucket and a plastic 1 gallon vinegar jug. I think the whole thing cost me less than $3. Check it out.
 


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William, that is a very nice composting toilet for having been made from scraps! I think I could even convince some of my hard-headed relatives (who think they can't go without flushing valuable water down the drain) to use it. I may just steal your design and make a couple of those!
 
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Go right ahead Deb, your not stealing anything, lol, Glad you liked my video. Please consider subscribing to my channel, I have a lot of other ideas that are coming up. Thanks for watching and God bless.
 
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