Cindy Ruprecht wrote:Wow, super helpful, Thank you! Does anyone know about outhouse code in eastern WA? Are they legal?
Thanks Miguel! Good luck! I haven't tried to get mine permitted lately. The full rules for making proprietary compost toilets, for example to sell a bunch to people, is ANSI/NSF 41. I think the requirement to consider excrement storage capacity is common sense, I can only conveniently maintain a thermophilic compost during spring, so I store my compostable stuff in plastic stock tanks until spring then mix it with weeds in one pile that I turn when I get to it.
Miguel Solis wrote:Thanks!
Matthew McCorkle wrote:Hi Tony! Thanks for the info!
Did they mention anything or do you remember filing out a Product Development Permit (PDP) when you applied for your initial permit?
I'm just outside of Bellingham, WA, working with the county to permit a few composting toilets on our property and they have asked us to fill out one of these.
Thanks John, I was too wordy so lovable loo, a more catchy phrase got a more boring sanitation paper hyperlink: http://humanurehandbook.com/downloads/humanure_sanitation_paper.pdf
John Dorst wrote:maybe a system of bucket pick up with someone who does