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I love revisiting Joe’s channel to envy his Humanure Hacienda. With this video, we can now envy his copious amounts of straw being used to insulate and cover the pile.
Not a bad start, but some questions are definitely coming up for me. Is this also his pile for food scraps? Is he dampening the other materials? How long does he add material to this hole? I guess if you … Continue reading
Watching this video makes me wish I lived outside the city with a bit more space! The creator of this video is the founder of The Humanure Handbook, which is a classic guide on creating great compost from human manure. … Continue reading
Although they don’t talk about the specifics of the process, the video is cute all around. I’m not surprised the bags they’re using aren’t breaking down so easily. They mention that they’re made of potato, but who knows what else? … Continue reading
What do you think of this setup? One day I will build my own composting toilet. I know I keep saying it, but seriously…I will do it soon. It’s too awesome to ignore. I’d recommend checking out the Humanure Handbook … Continue reading
I’ve been reading a lot more about composting toilets lately, and I found this short video on Youtube explaining their importance and simplicity. Note they use shredded wood chips as the activator with each sitting session… a handy tip for … Continue reading
Philadelphia—September 2010—The Friends of the Wissahickon (FOW) and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation (PPR) will celebrate the opening of the second composting toilet in Fairmount Park at the WPA shelter near the Rex Avenue Bridge on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at … Continue reading