If you are not sure if the C-Head will fit in the space you have allotted for your toilet, it is best to make a mock up out of cardboard and test the space. This can be done using a “large” cardboard box available at Home Depot in the storage section of the store. Cut and tape the box to the dimensions shown below. For the wedged back model you will have to make a modification that is not shown by cutting away a portion of the bottom back side 3″ by 3″. For the shorty, make a bucket model and shorten it by 3″.
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I came across a wonderful blog site when I googled “Boondocking across America,” called “Roads Less Traveled.” It is a well written, in depth blog site filled with just about everything you could want to know if you are currently boondocking or planning on going boondocking. On this page they link to my website and to a separate blog of theirs that addresses the practicality of using a composting toilet for the purpose of boondocking. The writers confess that they haven’t used a composting toilet and they make their case for using a conventional system, which they have used successfully for many years. I plan on mining their blog site for information in the near future when I get underway on my trip around the states. I went to their article on using composting toilets for boondocking and read it with interest. Here are my observations on their observations and I hope I can correct a lot of misinformation about compact composting toilets, in general, and the show the boondocking benefits of a well designed compact, composting toilet, specifically the C-Head.
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