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Top five things to look for when considering a composting toilet. 1. Does the unit have a drain? This is of utmost importance.  MullToa Waterless Composting Toilets do not have a drain making them the ideal choice for boathouse, bunkie, cottage and cabins.  MullToa electric units evaporate 100% of the liquid, the composting process is accelerated with mixing, heat and air flow resulting in humus, a dry loamy material comprised of fully broken down fecal material, paper, and nutrients.  If the toilet you are considering, has a drain or emergency overflow you can bet it will be needed one day,...

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Top five things to look for when considering a composting toilet. 1.  Does the unit have a drain? This is of utmost importance.  MullToa Waterless Composting Toilets do not have a drain. MullToa electric units evaporate 100% of the liquid, the composting process is accelerated with mixing, heat and air flow resulting in humus, a dry loamy material comprised of fully broken down fecal material, paper, and nutrients.  If the toilet you are considering, has a drain or emergency overflow you can bet it will be needed one day, so do your homework first and contact your municipality to see...

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MullToa Works with Nature MullToa utilize natural composting processes married advanced Swedish technology accelerating and optimizing biological decomposition, evaporating excess liquid and exhausting odours all within an elegant bathroom fixture that is easy to use and economical to operate. The closed-system Mulltoa's are fully automatic electric toilets that anticipate your every move! Sitting on the toilet seat opens the trap doors; closing the toilet seat lid activates the stainless steel mixing mechanism that efficiently breaks down paper and distributes moisture into the compost material in the upper chamber. Material in the upper chamber is finished in the lower chamber and...

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We all have questions... the Q & A below are the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) we get about MullToa Composting Toilets.  What is a closed system? Is it the same as a self-contained composting toilet?They are not the same. A closed system has no water in and no drain or “overflow” out. A self-contained system (somewhat misleading if you ask us) refers to units that are located above the floor. Many of these units have an “overflow” drain tube to be attached.Is there a manual drum to turn? Or levers to wiggle or sift? No. The Mulltoa 65, MullToa...

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