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Incinolet Electric Incinerating Toilets — 5 Comments

  1. I’ve never incinerated human waste but I assume it would cause smoke and a horrific smell. How does this system avoid that? Where does the smoke go? How does it stop the smell of burning human waste?

    Definitely seems more sanitary than just burying human waste, interested to learn more.

    • I have an incinolet. It doesn’t smell and no smoke in the house, it is vented. It works fantastically. It really does get rid of everything leaving just a tiny bit of ash.

      • Same or less than this machine.
        Paper liner = paper bag;
        Hot Flue Pipe = lower temp exhaust vent with fan;

        Poo like a compost toilet that has a paper bag liner.
        It burns well.
        It contains methane and actually burns -very- hot once it out gasses.
        If you burn clean (good intake and draft) there is no smell.
        If you burn dirty (O2 starved) the smell is still only outside (think Hazelnut Coffee)…

        Benefits:
        Free heating fuel
        Sanitary (as this $2000 machine)
        No electric
        No waiting for compost (just sprinkle ashes as fertilizer)
        cleaner than keeping a diaper or dog droppings in a dumpster
        and more I’m sure…

        It’s like burning gas and bio-mass at the same time using wood as a means to start it.

        This is about as “old tech” as you can get and found in old or dying infrastructures in archeological sites world round.

        Use your poo to distill water from your pee!
        LOL! but maybe?…

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