The Spiral Chamber composting toilet at the Strawbale Studio, Oxford, MI

The Spiral Chamber composting toilet at the Strawbale Studio, Oxford, MI


“I did a thatched roof on a composting toilet…the Spiral Chamber, a wattle and daub spiral. It is pretty sweet.

January 2014 — There are some great 1 day workshops at the Strawbale Studio: Rocket Stove, Round Pole Framing, Thatching & Reed Collection and Earth Plaster & Sculpting.

Also there is a 1 month Wintership Jan 5 – Feb 2014 which includes all of these workshops and more. Internship and worktrade available. Low fees, check out Strawbalestudio.org

Thanks again to Permies.com where I first found this information. I use Permies.com all the time.


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Spiral Chamber Composting Toilet — 2 Comments

    • Thanks for the link. I think I’ll post this story on our blog tomorrow.

      So yes, you can use humus if you have it, however many people do not. That’s why many use sawdust, pine needles or even soil. Humus has the most bacteria so it would probably work the fastest.

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