The Solar Toilet is pretty interesting but after looking into the earthship system that too is very interesting and requires next to no maintenance while at the same time providing sustenance to your indoor garden. The Solar Toilet though is far less complex which is also a great thing.
If I can find detailed specs on how the earthsip waste water and sewage system can be built and its restrictions I think that would be the better option in the long run as it would help provide food year round inside your own home regardless of the climate outside.
I like both of these systems. Thank you very much.
Jami McBride wrote:
Solviva is very interesting, and I've gleaned promising ideas from her writings, however her materials (internet/book) have been much disputed as hype and exaggeration. Seems no one can pin the facts down with regard to her and the things she puts forth as 'truth' - the things she claims to have done, etc.
Funny Ronnie should bring up humility and then you, solviva - from her website I really loved the idea of an attached green house or solarium to both the house and barn - if one took the planter boxes in earthships designed to deal with grey water and put them into a greenhouse/solarium one could keep extreme moisture out of the house proper and where the plants could benefit from it.
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