CABINS & HOMESTEADS
The C-Head is perfect for off-the-grid living. It eliminates the necessity for a drain field or outhouse using instead a simple rugged and beautiful composting tower or butterfly garden for solid waste management and a small french drain for urine, or a BoonJon garden for utilizing both. The great advantage of the C-Head for this type of lifestyle is the ability to keep the toilet inside your home with no sewage smell. No more going out in bad weather or at night to use the bathroom.
Applications would include:
Cabins, Tiny Houses, Tree Houses, Dock Houses, Floating Houses, Lodges
When anchored to the wall using a docking cabinet (plans included), the C-Head can match surrounding woodwork and give the characteristic look of a real home toilet. C-Head is the answer for almost every off-the-grid living set up.
The basic C-Head is the toilet of choice for almost all fixed, land-based applications if you have a space that is 16” wide and 20” front to back (allow another 16” knee space ahead of the front). Clearance of 36”above the seat is desirable for headroom. Check doors and drawers for clearance.
We offer wood grain finishes for all of our models using Wilsonart® brand high pressure plastic laminate. Giving you a satin finish for an elegant look to match your space.
Golden Teak, Red Mahogany , and Dark Mahogany options available on checkout.
General C-Head Composting Toilet Considerations
If you intend to move and use your C-Head for other applications, consider using the, consider using the rubber latch tie-down accessory.
You can drain the urine into an existing drain field or french drain for convenience using an EUD.
On some applications you may encounter an existing standard toilet flange on the floor. Consider using a BEX kit for this installation to remove the necessity of emptying the urine jug.
While 12 feet of ventilation hose and the PVC fittings are included, you normally will not need to ventilate the toilet if you empty it once a week and keep it filled with fresh medium when not in use. Consult the owner’s manual for special RV considerations with ventilating the toilet.