Pangas Ponkai wrote:I always wondered why 2 seaters.
Wyatt Barnes wrote:Very pretty but in my opinion two seats is one too many, unless it is a matter of selection?
Wyatt Barnes wrote:Very pretty but in my opinion two seats is one too many.
This answered my question
Paul Wheaton wrote:Some people kept opening the back wheelie bin access - thus making it so the system could not pull.
Sharon Carson wrote:I lived on a commune in NM 40 years ago with a 2 seater that had no door. There were 40 folks and strangers coming and going from 2-80. The view of the mountains in Taos was gorgeous .
David Del Porto’s Wheelie Batch is our favorite amongst a large collection of drum & bin systems. Del Porto wins for use of a fishing net, rather than a clumsy plastic or metal aeration insert to drain leachate from compost. Users have enough bins or barrels to retain compost for 1-3 years. Dead simple, no transfer of excrement from one container to another, primary and secondary treatment happen in the same container.
Julia Winter wrote:So, I was watching the video of the spring 2017 PDC, and over-two-year-old bins were emptied into the willow bank (as in, the material was piled up alongside little willow trees, who like that sort of thing). By the reports of the people there, the material had not broken down as much as would be hoped. IOW, it was stinky and a lot of it still looked like poop.
Is there an adjustment that can be made to the system, to improve waste breakdown?
paul wheaton wrote: Those were the oldest cans. They did not start off with sawdust/woodchips in the bottom as instructed.
We want to wait until we empty proper cans to see how those turned out.
Paul Wheaton wrote:We had some issues with anaerobic activity. We are therefore going to attempt to put a 3-inch pipe into the system one one side of the can when it gets inserted. Now sawdust or poopies will go into the pipe. Therefore, the pipe will be open at the bottom and the top. If there is any liquid at the bottom, it will dry out.