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Water Waste Management

On average, Australian households use a total of 240,000 litres of water annually with a flushing toilet. Rather than flushing away so much usable water, you can invest in an alternative solution.

Reducing a household’s water demand and installing a waterless toilet and reusing grey water in an effective manner, is also vital in the design of an Eco-friendly and sustainable home

Reducing Water Consumption

The Nature Loo & Sun-Mar Toilet Range minimise your homes flow of H2O. Ecoflo’s waterless toilets offer a hygienic way to recycle human waste in a manner that avoids polluting and wasting precious water. Our Nature Loo models rely on a ‘batch composting process’ while our Sun-Mar models use a combination of a ‘batch’ and ‘continuous composting process’.

All of our systems are designed to ensure the correct levels of

  • Moisture is managed through drainage and evaporation systems which remove excess liquid from the solids.
  • Temperature is achieved through exposure of the black Nature Loo chambers to sunlight and the use of heating elements for Sun-Mar systems.
  • Oxygen is regulated using low-wattage ventilation systems which aerate the compost and also serve to evacuate any odours from the toilet room.
  • Carbon/nitrogen balance is managed by regularly adding carbon-dense mulch to the pile.

At the end of the composting process microbes have broken down the waste into humus, a soil-like substance with an earthy odour.
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Greywater System — Solar Solutions in Kingaroy QLD

Greywater Treatment Solutions

Here is the system we are currently offering as a package with our waterless toilets. We offer primary and secondary treatment systems to suit local council requirements.

The reason we promote the separate management of greywater is to avoid wasting water on managing your toilet. Also, by keeping black waste separate from greywater you avoid contaminating tens of thousands of litres of water with potentially harmful (pathogenic) bacterial. This means the greywater is much easier to treat to a sufficient standard to be dispersed above or below ground.