disaster taking a "number two" can be a real pain.
No longer to we have access to those nice clean toilets that we take for granted. No longer to we have that nice soft toilet paper, and no longer do we have the luxury to leave the problem of waste management to someone else.
If you do, and enough of your neighbors do, you are going to have a real health problem on your hands. A health problem that can sometimes be worse than the disaster its self.
So what are you going to do if your bathroom gets wiped out?
If you have planned for such an event, life goes on and you don't have to squat behind a tree; that is, if there is a tree left to squat behind.
Take the time today and learn how to build an outhouse or composting toilet.
If disaster strikes, you will be glad you did.
Composting toilets are often used as an alternative to central wastewater treatment plants (sewers) or septic systems. Typically they are chosen (1) to alleviate the need for water to flush toilets, (2) to avoid discharging nutrients and/or potential pathogens into environmentally sensitive areas, or (3) to capture nutrients in human excreta. Several manufactured composting toilet models are on the market, and construct-it-yourself systems are also popular.
How To Build A Outhouse
So you want to build an outhouse? Well, here's how to do it.
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