Many toilets that are not hooked up to standard sewage systems require a great deal of space and demand quite a bit of waste-handling which often entails a long drawn out process of turning the waste into soil. Fluid removal is also a challenge, as the surplus of urine discharge into the soil may cause pollution of groundwater in areas where many cottage owners share well water.
Ash turns into fertilizer
“Cinderella’s incinerating toilets are very eco-friendly. They are neither dependent on soil or water, or electricity for that matter – you can choose the model that runs on gas if you have limited electricity,” says Sales and Marketing Manager Thomas Krogedal at Cinderella Eco Solution.
“The only end product from our toilets is ash that is completely sterilized and contains natural potassium and phosphorus,” Krogedal explains. “This means that the ash is completely clean and bursting with nutrients. It is simply super as fertilizer for lawns and flowerbeds.”
Cinderellas incineration toilets contribute to an odorless indoor climate. All the air in the incineration process is taken from outside of the cabin through separate pipes that meet modern density requirements. Even an antibacterial toilet seat is standard for a Cinderella.
It’s nice to know that incineration toilets from Cinderella Eco Solutions don’t pollute the external environment and don’t require zoning and other approvals before installation in sensitive areas. Sustainable production is core from the people of Cinderella.