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  • You separate your trash, why not separate your urine and feces!

    The dry urine diversion toilet is designed to do just that. There are big health risks with handling feces. It can make you sick because it contains such things as bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and parasitic worms.

    Urine is another matter. People have been using pee for eons to do such things as set dye colors. It's also a great fertilizer. In contrast to feces, urine is almost sterile and contains lots of nitrogen. So why not funnel off the urine and use for agriculture and let the poop go elsewhere?

    The dry toilet is popular in Mexico, South Africa, Finland, and Sweden and gaining footholds elsewhere. It also saves water.

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