Friday, January 29, 2010
Envirolet Reviews: Waterless Self-Contained MS10 at Cabin in Maine
Michael and Narindar in Maine sent in photos and a testimonial of their Envirolet® Waterless Self-Contained Composting Toilet.
“We had installed an electric Envirolet in a small cabin/trailer we own in Maine. It worked very well, and when we decided to install a full septic system for the cabin (the restrictions on disposing of grey water near the shore led us to go whole hog on a full system), we moved our Envirolet to another location.
The Envirolet is located in a shed-like area on the far right of the building in a remote cabin in Maine that is only accessible by water or a half-mile hike in the woods. At this cabin we use propane to power a stove and refrigerator and gas lights, but we do have photo-voltaic power that I hope will support at least the fan element of the electric Envirolet. I have installed a wind turbine ventilator to make sure the Envirolet is well aired.
We are sold on the Envirolet way of treating fragile shoreline areas with care and respect.”
Michael and Narindar K.
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