R. Han wrote:As far as i know a worm bucket has no thermophilic stage, which you definetly want when processing human feces in order to get rid of parasitic eggs.
Mark Brunnr wrote:Yeah the temps needed to properly kill off pathogens, which could be present in human waste, would also kill your worms. Or do you mean to add what you normally feed to your worms, to the compost toilet and skip the worms? Are you using a commercial compost toilet, or say a Humanure system of composting? If the latter, you can add your kitchen scraps to each bucket as you take it outside.
Willy Walker wrote:I would think quantity of poo makes it more dangerous as well. Having some here and some there vs 5 gallons of our even more changes the opportunity for concern. Same goes for backyard chicken house vs commercial chicken poop piles.