Does anyone use an alternative toilet? Pros & cons, please

  1. findwholeness profile image92
    findwholenessposted 4 years ago

    Does anyone use an alternative toilet? Pros & cons, please

    Looking into alternative toilets to use in a camper - like incinerating or composting toilets. Advice?

  2. Larry Fields profile image81
    Larry Fieldsposted 4 years ago

    Hi findwholeness,
    I don't have enough info about your situation to give rock-solid advice. That said, you may want to consider a teardrop trailer. They are aerodynamic, and small enough to be towed by a mid-size car. They have a sleeping area for two in the front. And you can lift up a 'door' that covers the cooking module in the back.

    What about sanitation? You can dispense with that headache by spending every night in a KOA or other campground, or in a truck stop. Or even in a designated rest stop. However some of them have 6-hour time limits.

    Teardrops were popular in the late 1930s. And the underpowered cars of the day were able to pull them. Now, teardrops are old enough to be new again!

    1. findwholeness profile image92
      findwholenessposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I'm looking for a long term solution that can be used while living in a camper. There must be a toilet in the vehicle, but we want to avoid dumping. That is why we're looking into alternative toilets.

 
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