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Old 02-17-2019, 04:48 PM   #1
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Incinerator Toilet In 2018 AI

Hi there, wondering if anyone has researched putting an incinerator toilet into an AI. I am going to be staying on land I own this summer for three months. I have a 30amp and water but no septic and I donít want a septic tank. I will be using a rental car to drive around. Not crazy about a compost toilet & like the incinerator for itís claim that a family if four can do their biz over a week and the result is a handful if ashes.
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Look at the Tiny John offering from EcoJohn. I'm strongly considering one.
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CARPENC - this a good idea but how to address the space/clearance needs of an incinerator + vent system since the AI has very limited space? (guessing you can't have this close to the walls due to heat during 1hr combustion phase)
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Yep, but think how great it would be on those cold mornings.
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Yep, but think how great it would be on those cold mornings.
PAT - better than heated toilet seats. Reminds me of Tim "Toolman" Taylor - "Man's Bathroom" episode

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PAT - better than heated toilet seats. Reminds me of Tim "Toolman" Taylor - "Man's Bathroom" episode

Ha, ha. I had not heard of this. Upon reading the thread title I was sure it was a malapropism on a macerator toilet.

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Old 02-17-2019, 07:54 PM   #7
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I hope this works out!

I think these were once used on trains - maybe still?

Interested to see how this evolves!

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That would be epic. Put a little magnesium ribbon into the toilet and have the propane light er up. WOOOOSH! FOOOOM!
All clean.
Not a bad idea! Let me go try.....
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The "Tiny John" is intriguing, may be a little too big for an Interstate, but in larger trailers, it should fit fine. Below is the url:

http://ecojohn.com/ecojohn_tinyjohn.html

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I just canít wrap my a head around a toilet that is intended to set itself on fire.

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I just canít wrap my a head around a toilet that is intended to set itself on fire.
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Yeah, but Maggie, think about it. No more black tank, no more stinky slinky, and a sterile powder you can throw in the trash. Like I said, it's intriguing.

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...I am going to be staying on land I own this summer for three months. .....
This thread presents a good opportunity to develop the kind of quantitative analysis that eludes so many threads.

First, a little detail. Can you tells us, without violating your own privacy:

(1) What state or province your property is in
(2) Which 3 months exactly
(3) How big your tract of land is
(4) How private your tract is
(5) Whether your property is accessed by public roads only, or combination of public and private
(6) How many people will need to use the toilet system(s) - EDIT - I now see family of four. What ages approximately? Older or younger children?
(7) How often you plan to make grocery and energy runs
(8) How far away the grocery and energy sources are (I assume you'll need propane?)
(9) How often you anticipate moving your Interstate for local trips (it wouldn't do well sitting continuously for 3 months without being moved at least a couple of times).
(10) You stated water and electricity sources - is the water potable?

That ought to be a start on scoping out the options.
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Yeah, but Maggie, think about it. No more black tank, no more stinky slinky, and a sterile powder you can throw in the trash. Like I said, it's intriguing.

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PAT - I agree, it is a very interesting idea. I think if OP can figure out the space & clearance requirements so it can fit in an AI small bath, no reason it can't work. I do wonder how much propane it will use, since it will run close to an hour each "flush" cycle. I understand why OP wants it given absence of sewer hookup, so the AI can stay in place and not have to drive it to dump station. But then, it still needs to get propane fill more often. May end up a wash?
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@Alex, exactly. That's why we need more detail to do a proper cost-benefit comparison of the OP's options. Hence my laundry list of questions.
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