Aquatuti composting toilets
The Aquatuti Enviro Composting Toilet
The Aquatuti Enviro Toilet system uses a conventional household toilet pan, preferably Low flush with a P trap (a type of plumbing pipe).
Multiple toilets can be installed above one bio-chamber.
Enviro Toilet’s Aquatuti composters use a genuine Swedish Aquatron separator made in Sweden and imported by us. This unique patented centrifugal separator removes the solids, and then the water & urine are diverted out to the disposal system (such as grey water system or bio-filter).
This separation of fluids from solid waste makes the composter more effective and maintenance free.
The liquid is flushed into a separator (no mechanical parts and zero energy usage) where urine and water is separated from faeces and paper. The urine and grey water (Bath, Dish, Wash) are transported as grey water for infiltration into the soil (if necessary you can use a UV device or phosphorus trap to meet the highest discharge requirements). The solid waste is composted in a Bio Composting Chamber.
When the toilet is flushed, the contents of the bowl are transported to the Aquatron Separator where approximately 98% of the liquid is separated by using the momentum of the flushing water (centrifugal force and gravity). The Enviro Toilet Separator has no mechanical parts that means no maintaining to worry about.
The solid waste (paper and faeces) falls down into the Bio Composting Chamber where it is composted by bacteria and, if desired, by worms. If using worms, the volume of the solid waste will be reduced by approximately 95%.
With high treatment requirements flowing liquid waste to a UV unit where it is exposed to ultraviolet light and phosphorus trap to get the highest environment discharge standards. The liquid is then equivalent to the grey water (Bathing, Washing, Wash) and can be discharged as per grey water standards. The system can also be installed without the UV-unit/phosphorus trap.
The Aquatuti low flush system is the only system that allows for multiple toilets to be hooked up to the same Bio Chamber.