Free dry composting toilet plans available online

Tue, 03/24/2009 - 14:33 — Compost Stu

You can now download a very comprehensive set of plans / instructions for the construction of a "Minimus" dry composting toilet from this website. The Minimus is a well proven, simple composting toilet that works on the principle of mouldering. Compost is easily removed from the rear of the toilet after 12 months of operation. It is cheap to build, easy to operate and can handle peak loads effectively. Look out for more free downloads in the coming months that will help with greywater treatment, maintenance tips and other compost toilet plans.



World Toilet Organization holds talks with Pooh Solutions

Tue, 02/10/2009 - 12:13 — Compost Stu

On the 5th of February Jack Sim, director of the World Toilet Organization and I held talks in Geelong, Victoria. I was quite inspired by Jacks story, one of business success folowed by a desire to make a difference to the world. The talks were informal, however, we have discussed the possibility of translating the plans for the minimus composting toilet into several languages and making them available as free down loads from this site. The english language version will soon be available as a free download.



Talking crap....an over view on Biogas in Vietnam

Thu, 01/15/2009 - 19:53 — Compost Stu
Talking crap....an over view on Biogas in Vietnam

I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to deliver some short lectures on biogas and dry composting toilet construction whilst in Vietnam. This is me talking to a small group of village leaders in Dong Le, central Vietnam.



Building a dry composting toilet in Vietnam

Fri, 01/09/2009 - 21:28 — Compost Stu
Building a dry composting toilet in Vietnam

Here is me slaving away in the tropical sun, building a dunny for the centre for indigenous knowledge and research in Dong Le, central Vietnam.



Building a dry composting toilet in Vietnam

Fri, 01/09/2009 - 21:20 — Compost Stu

November 2004: A couple of months ago I decided I needed a holiday. I’ve had the travel bug with its teeth firmly sunk into my flesh for many years and it finally got the better of me. I remembered something from my child hood, a fascination with something called the Towers of Hanoi. I couldn’t actually remember ever seeing pictures of these towers, just a vague recollection. So Hanoi it was! I booked a ticket and started asking everyone about Vietnam and what was happening there.


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