5 comments


  • Jim Y

    Our unit has one of these !

    April 02, 2016
  • If the water and sewage systems are corrupted, the garbage trucks might not be running either. You can simply use a shovel and save your plastic bags. When people had outhouses, they used to use “slop jars” with a lid on them to go inside when it was cold at night and then carry their waste out to the outhouse for disposal. When your hole gets too full, dig another one and use the dirt to fill in the old one. Cover your hole with plywood to keep people and critters from falling into it. Dig deep and at least 50 feet, or as far as you can, away from water sources.

    April 02, 2016
  • Kevin Paubel

    It is always good to keep a small bag or box of kitty litter too. I use an over sized bag with the litter in it, it works well with the smell, you simply twist the trash bag closed and re-apply the lid. I use this when camping all the time.
    Something else not shown in the video was the use of some germ-ex or hand washing items.

    April 02, 2016
  • Frank Brodeur

    Still have an outhouse! As long as I am able to shelter in place, that is!

    April 04, 2016
  • Scott Clements

    These are a great idea for camp sites and especially for female family members who may not like the idea of totally roughing it. As we sit on a well and septic system as long as we stay put there we will hopefully not need to use this around the home. We have a small spring fed creek so we can use the unfiltered water to empty into the indoor toilets to flush with to conserve potable water. More work to bucket it but saves water.

    April 09, 2016

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