The dry toilet was created and designed for places with limited access to water and / or isolated.
An innovative principle of dry toilet without water, without wood chips, without waste and without odors.

Dry toilets


The droppings fall vertically into a specially designed conveyor drum with a helical screw. Each time the toilet seat is raised, a steel mechanism spins the conveyor.
With each rotation, the droppings progress through the drum and take about 25 days to reach a reusable receptacle.
It takes between 6 and 9 months to fill this receptacle with dry and odorless waste.

The airflow enabling the overall dehydration / evaporation / deodorization process is maintained by a ventilation duct and a specially designed wind blower.

Human faeces contain about 95% moisture for 5% dry matter. Thus the solids are dried in the conveyor while urine and moisture evaporate into the atmosphere through the ventilation duct.
The resulting dry solids are in the form of dry compost and represent between 5 and 10% of their initial mass.

The cabin housing the toilet can be made with different materials depending on the environment, in order to remain the most discreet.


The drip tray empties every +/- 10,000 uses. You will recover dry and odorless waste.
To clean the toilet duct, simply put, in a bucket, water with household product (or bleach). Take a toilet brush and scrub the duct. You can gently rinse the pipe, but not with large amounts of water. Otherwise, the principle of drying materials will be altered. The bowl is cleaned like a conventional bowl. Be careful not to throw away wipes or any other non-biodegradable things.