I really want to set up a composting bucket toilet system but I am seeing some pushback about having a compost pile with humanure on our land. I was watching Rob Greenfields house tour and he says that he just shuts his humanure up in a barrel and leaves it to age for a year, then spreads it out on the fruit trees. Can this work? I have seen a similar thing in India where public toilets have dual chambers. One is used for a year then covered and the other is used. At the end of the year the aged humanure is emptied to be used as fertilizer and the filled chamber is sealed. Would this cause any issues with anaerobic bacteria? I could even leave it closed up for two or three years, but this seems the simplest, cleanest way to do things if it actually works. Does anyone know of any issues?