Separating toilets

We work with toilet systems that do not use water and separates the urine and solids, giving rise to two distinct ‘waste’ flows. It is this specific aspect of the toilet design which gives these types of toilets their name and are also referred to as composting-type toilets due to the waste the poop is treated to make it safe for re-use.

Separating toilets, in fact, any toilet, operates at a system level. You might only think about the interaction at the user level of the system – the toilet itself – but toilet systems comprise of other components that deal with the collection, transportation, and treatment of the waste. This is where we operate!