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I'm hoping some ingenius, experienced minds can help me. :)

We're will be RVing part of the year, homesteading the rest. I would like to put a compost toilet into the RV to help save on water use and sewer dumping (and fees). But, never having a compost toilet I'm not sure how this all works.

Here are some pictures of the commercial RV compost toilets. Is it just me or are those really complicated looking? o_O
http://www.envirolet.com/enwatsel.html
http://www.letsgogreen.com/mobile-composting-toilets.html


Some questions :)
If this is in an RV, whether sitting in the woods or driving down the road, how is supposed to compost while IN the RV?

I read that the amount that goes into the compost is turned into a small amount of great compost dirt. How much smaller, because space in an RV is rather limited. :)

Is there a way to alter the plans mentioned in this thread so they would work in an RV that doesn't have a compost pile to dump into?




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Yeah will be traveling part of the year in the RV, staying in cabin rest. I searched humanure and don't see how it can be done in an RV, yet there are commercial compost toilets made for marine and RVs. Guess I just don't get how it is done. :(
 
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