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BioLet 30 NE Non-Electric Waterless Solution Biological Toilet


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Technical Details
Part Number BIO30
Item Weight72 pounds
Item model numberBTS 33
  
Additional Information
ASINB001AS9DEU
Best Sellers Rank #1,484,666 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight70 pounds
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

mfr: Biolet USA, Inc. This item usually ships within 2-8 weeks depending on availability. With over 30 years of Swedish engineering, BioLet has released their 5th generation of self-contained composting toilets. Constant advancements in our products have resulted in BioLet being the most advanced, easiest to use, easiest to install, self-contained composting toilet system in the world.

Innovations incorporated into our new Generations line have resulted in the largest advancement in the industry to date. With more advanced liquid controls, mixing and air circulation the BioLet Generations line are THE composting toilets that are as easy to use as a flush toilet yet maintain the convenience and versatility to be installed anywhere, by anyone with basic handyman knowledge in just a few hours.

Designed for locations where reliable electricity is not available, the BioLet 30 NE is the perfect choice for the rustic cabin, hunting camp, or house off the grid. The BioLet 30 NE is also the perfect choice for applications supplied by solar power where the additional load of the electric models may be too much for your system.

Rated at 3 people full-time use and 4 people part-time use, the 30 NE's capacity can be increased to 4 people full-time use and 6 people part-time use by adding the auxiliary 12VDC fan.

Equipped with a convenient drain tube, the 30 NE drains off the excess liquids to an auxiliary container, French drain or leach field.

Since liquids are not a limiting factor, the 30 NE will allow for applications where a larger capacity may be needed. When the compost bin fills, just transfer the humus to an auxiliary compost container outside for further composting.

As with all BioLets the 30 NE is easy to install by anyone with basic handyman knowledge in just a couple hours with common household tools.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Homesteader on September 20, 2012
We've been using the Biolet NE for almost a year now. It's able to handle 2 persons, though you have to change out the bin more often. We have to make sure the house is warm enough in the cool months for it to work properly. In the summer we have problems with tiny flies. Although you are not supposed to, when adding the 1/2 c of mulch we've also been adding a sprinkling of lime like we did when using our outdoor hole-in-the-ground. This seems to help. We haven't had any odor problems though, I'm confident it's venting well and it DOES compost nicely. However because it doesn't stir the poo like the more expensive toilets, you have to get a stick every few days and push the poo pile to the back of the toilet. Also when you change out the bin you have to deal with the sludge that collects under the bin. We're not grossed out by much but last time we changed it this collecting area was filled with maggots. We greywater our sinks, washer & shower, but are seriously thinking of switching to a regular water toilet and putting in a septic system to deal with the bio-waste. This is the cheapest composting toilet out there and you get what you pay for.
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This toilet is a terrible terrible! I for the past three years I have been using the jenkins system of composting (basically a bucket and organic material) Six months ago I bought this deceptive composting toilet thinking it would make life easier and it looks so much better than my homemade composter. As soon as I opened the box I knew that I made a mistake.

First of all there are screw holes in the bottom of the fiberglass (yes i know it comes with gasketed screws but come on really you couldn't have made an external bracket to secure it to the floor and not have to risk feces leaking into the subfloor?)

Secondly It comes with a tray to collect fluids and drain out the back of the unit through a stupidly placed drain hole. This is where it gets messy! The liquids will drain for a few deposits and then the shallow gutter will fill up with solids and the tray over flows. the liquids will start to collect and collect until they reach a level that they will over flow the gutter and finally drain out the back of the unit allowing approximately 3/4 of a gallon of fecal matter infused urine to sit and steep until the odor gets so bad that it permeates into the room (completely stalling the entire composting process). So now you have a giant bucket (with holes in the bottom) of soaking wet compost that you have to get out of the house without a trail of liquid following behind (I recommend a 22 gallon rubbermaid bin dedicated to this activity) Once you get back to the toilet trying desperately not to touch anything you get to bucket the cesspool out with an instrument of your choosing (hint a square container works best) and then soak the rest out with rags and ring into a bucket.
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By cabin girl on November 11, 2013
I purchased this toilet a year ago, took a little trial and error to get it operating correctly (venting directions were obscure at best) but now my cabin is more off the grid than ever. yes, you need to "stir the poo" but Im not a squeemish person, the only reason I dont give it 5 stars is that Ive had problems with black gnats as well, so I just empty it more often.
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