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Wednesday, July 2, 2008

In Washington: "Everyone really likes the comfort and convenience of the Envirolet"

Thanks to Scott in Washington State for sending in some great photos and comments about his Envirolet® Waterless Self-Contained System installed in a tool shed/outhouse.

He writes:

“Here are some pictures of our combination outhouse/tool shed. The tool shed is on one end, then there is a dividing wall, and the toilet is on the other end.

This is in a remote location where we are building a small cabin and it replaced an old pit toilet. Our Envirolet waterless self-contained toilet has been in use for a little over a year and is working great! We had a small fly population build-up*, but adding some diatomaceous earth seems to have solved that problem.

We have had a couple of multiple-family camp outs here and everyone really likes the comfort and convenience of the Envirolet. Thanks for making such a great product.”

Scott H.

*Note: Occasionally, small insects can get in the system given that it is a natural process using “good bugs” to compost waste. In fact, insects usually enter in the peat moss or soil being added. But, just like Scott H. says, if you add diatomaceous earth (a natural bug killer) it will eliminate them easily.

Envirolet in Washington

Envirolet in Washington

Envirolet in Washington

Thanks, Scott! We appreciate it.

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