Making Pee buckets. I have found these sell like hotcakes when the electric is out. I sell about 5 a month during a regular month. They cost me $15 to make with all new materials and I sell them for $30. They consist of a 5-gallon bucket, a funnel (I cut off some of the down spout), a 90° angle, 2 bulkhead nuts, and a 6' hose. I use caulk when screwing on the bulkhead screw nuts. I put a nut on both sides of the funnel opening with one nut reversed so that I am sandwiching the funnel into place. The caulk both locks the nuts in place and seals against leaks.
Bill, said "Where would I start
Bill Norton wrote:
I managed to get through half the video, and I will check out the links, but I'm a little skeptical about how applicable these foreign operations will be to the possibility of setting something up here. Joseph Jenkins pointed out that some of those "night soil" operations had health concerns, as well as being "an assault on the senses," so I am a little gun shy about using those as models for a U.S. operation.