Community Garden in Wales builds own compost toilet

Earlier in the year, we were contacted by Keep Wales Tidy and asked to supply a Separett Privy 500 for a compost toilet they were funding at St. Mellons Community Garden. We were delighted to supply and they’ve recently sent through some photos.

We absolutely love it and are impressed by the warm seat!

Like many customers, St Mellons Community Garden has no mains drainage so fitting a flushing toilet was out of the question. A waterless compost toilet, especially when built using a low-cost urine separating bowl is an effective and inexpensive way of providing a toilet for all the people who need to use the space.

DIY compost toilet at St Mellons Community Garden © Keep Wales Tidy
DIY compost toilet at St Mellons Community Garden © Keep Wales Tidy
DIY compost toilet at St Mellons Community Garden © Keep Wales Tidy
DIY compost toilet at St Mellons Community Garden © Keep Wales Tidy
DIY compost toilet at St Mellons Community Garden © Keep Wales Tidy
DIY compost toilet at St Mellons Community Garden © Keep Wales Tidy

 


For details of the Separett Privy 500 as shown above, visit: http://www.littlehouse.co/product-category/separett-compost-toilets/kits-and-diy/ – we also sell the GudLoo GRP urine separator too: http://www.littlehouse.co/shop/gudloo-urine-separator/

Above images are © Keep Wales Tidy /Cadwch Gymru’n Daclus and are used with permission.

You can visit Keep Wales Tidy’s website here: http://www.keepwalestidy.org/

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