Call this suggestion addition "Woffattee Pro"
This is a Thinking Outside the box idea and addition to the project. I have been living off-grid (in the city limits) for 5 years. I have these ideas:
-I have a 150 sq. ft. icebox made from straw-bale and am using a CoolBot to bring the temperature down to 45 degrees and below (will not freeze). (The metal roof is used to collect rainwater.)
-I collect rainwater for my needs - currently have a 1400 Gal system from IBC totes. (I like the idea of using greywater for other things)
-It was a timely coincidence that I had purchased Oehlers books and am placing my Woffattee onto a drafting program. I am including the Wof on top and in front of an Oehler emergency shelter. (I will place a hidden door that will attach to the escape tube of the shelter as one of my concerns is being raided for my food and having a "safe room" is a good idea)
-As I have studied many other concerns with living off-grid; I will include into my Wof a "Liberty Toilet System", sink and shower. The water collected from the sink and shower will provide water for the toilet and watering plants.
-The "Liberty System" can be used to get rid of poop. Because it has a stainless steel chopping system, I can also clean my vegetables and flush them also. These will be flushed to a:
-Solar CITIES IBC Biogas System is a simple method of collecting methane-producing items. The beauty of this design is that it not only produces methane (propane like gas) but it also produces a near-perfect fertilizer that can be used for the Wof vegetable garden
-So my suggestion is the addition of a "shower, sink and toilet" system; a "methane and fertilizer system"; and:
-Putin - a Chinese company - can provide equipment for methane. Lights, cookstoves, water on-demand heaters, and my favorite is a generator that runs on methane. If the generator is placed underground it will be silent. I think premies is against generators but they would only need to run long enough to charge a battery and run the various pumps for the greywater and the Liberty System.
I talk too much, I am done . . .
P.S. if you like this idea, I am 65 and could use some helping hands. I got a backhoe!