Building Regulations and Compost Toilets

Prior to 2010, compost toilets were not mentioned in the UK Building Regulations documentation. This gave rise to lots of confusion, scratching of heads and in some cases, people had to install flushing toilets which were never used, in order for their dwelling and compost toilet to get building regs approval. In 2010, the much[…]Read more

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Press Release – Little House Co joins Kildwick Ltd

TWO GREAT BRITISH COMPOST TOILET COMPANIES COME TOGETHER TO CREATE THE LARGEST COMPOST TOILET BUSINESS IN THE UK SUMMARY: Compost toilet manufacturer, The Little House Co have joined Kildwick Ltd, based in Skipton, to create what is possibly the largest compost toilet company in the UK. Bringing together The Little House Co’s specialism for land-based[…]Read more

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Ch, ch, ch, ch, changes…. :)

  Ch, ch, ch, changes… We’re in the process is making some ‘massive’ changes to our product line up (completely new range of Eco-Loo compost toilets) and general business – please bear with us over the next 7 – 10 days whilst we do this. There’s a huge amount of work going on behind the[…]Read more

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Preparing a compost toilet for first use – adding soak material

The use of a soak material in the solids container is an important aspect of preparing a compost toilet for use, either when new, or when it’s just been emptied. We recommend chainsaw sawdust or fine wood shavings (often sold as pet bedding), because they’re inexpensive (sometimes free), carbon-rich and highly effective. As well as[…]Read more

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