Two vermicomposting toilets onsite. A standard installation for a house bathroom plus a standalone toilet without a plumbed-in water supply. The toilet is flushed using grey water from the wash-hand basin. I have a vermicomposting system that works with my regular bathroom. The tank is filled as per your workshop … mesh over the hole, […]
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Author: Wendy Howard
Installed at Corga da Pereira , Beira Serra, Central Portugal. Here are a few pics of our vermi in construction. We covered the deposit in chicken wire and rendered with sand, lime, and saw dust for insulation. Working great !!
One tank built so far in 2018 using concrete rings instead of an IBC tank to contain the vermicomposting ecosystem and a water-based reed bed treatment system instead of the greenfilter bed. We are in Tulikup, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia. People can visit. They can contact through whatsapp number +628123644446. We are now building a second […]
The first vermicomposting flush toilet system to be installed by the Câmara Municipal of Arganil was commissioned in July 2016. It was installed to replace a failing septic tank for a 2-person household in the village of Pai das Donas in the freguesia of Benfeita.
The successful installation of a vermicomposting flush toilet at Quinta do Vale in 2014 was the project which started the whole thing off. This was the initial modification of Anna Edey’s design by Wendy Howard which eventually led to the open sourcing of the design and the development of this website.
Have you constructed and installed a vermicomposting flush toilet yourself? If so, we would love to hear from you and feature your project here so others can benefit from your experience. Please read on for more details.