Humanure: At the frontier of composting

Humanure: At the frontier of composting

Durango man sees
widespread potential for waterless toilets
Composting toilets turn human waste into fertilizer. After the toilet is used, sawdust covers the waste. Eventually, the contents go to a composting bin.
Marc Katz, co-founder of Mercury Payment Systems, recently had composting toilets installed at Ewing Mesa. Katz purchased 1,850 acres on the mesa, which he may donate for public use.

Humanure: At the frontier of composting

Composting toilets turn human waste into fertilizer. After the toilet is used, sawdust covers the waste. Eventually, the contents go to a composting bin.
Marc Katz, co-founder of Mercury Payment Systems, recently had composting toilets installed at Ewing Mesa. Katz purchased 1,850 acres on the mesa, which he may donate for public use.
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