On 6/29/2016 1:38 PM, email@example.com wrote:
I've seen and used them. I'm totally not impressed.
In theory, if the bowl and pipes are made of the
correct stuff (PVC?) there is no need for water
to flush. Makes no sense, except to the enviro
people who want to save the planet at the expense
of common sense.
I've used them and had them installed on some projects.
They are all over Europe where water is more expensive.
The trap capsule has oil in it. Water is heavier than oil, it flows down through. If you dump a mop bucket in it you wash the oil down, and then it gets stinky. There wasn't a filter per se in the ones I used.
Nice thing about them, the capsule that holds the oil pops out with a quarter turn, and you can get a snake directly in the drain.
On Thu, 30 Jun 2016 07:29:05 -0400, Stormin Mormon
They're needed where there is little or no water. The first place I
went to was on the edge of a desert, near no town, and I'm sure there
was no 'city' water, and it would have been hard to drill a succesful
well, and not worth it either, just to provide for urinals and
toilets. I didn't look at the toilet. Maybe they trucked in water
for that. . There was no cafeteria either. Workers who wanted to
drink water while there had to bring their own. They made have sold
water or soda for tourists.
But the second one was right in the middle of town here, and it
surprised me, and still does. It was Sloan, but the font they use
made it look like SUDAN. I found the urinal on the Sloan page and it
had no details at all.
On Fri, 01 Jul 2016 01:29:32 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It was an archeological park. Did you think about this before you
posted? Would they build any bathroom at all in a place where people
are alone? Or are you the sort who would relieve himself while people
Why do you assume there is sand? Maybe it's rock or hard soil. And
why can't you write without vulgar words?
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