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Posted by: Doug Mowat on 5/3/04 Title: outhouse waste
Postnum: 237 EntryID:1087
i haveheard that there are biological procucts that will "eat"the waste in outhoases. Help please.

Doug

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Posted by: Mike Johnston on 5/10/04 Title: Re: outhouse waste
Postnum: 237 EntryID:1095
Public waste Treatment plants us "bugs" to eat organics. On a smaller scale cavatat systems use the same "bugs". Contact your local sewage plant for more exact information as to availablitiy and specific types.

Mike J.

Posted by: Barry @ SKR on 5/11/04 Title: Re: outhouse waste
Postnum: 237 EntryID:1098
Wood ash does a decent job, also.....doesn't 'eat' it, but does keep odor down, etc.

Posted by: Peter P on 5/18/04 Title: Re: outhouse waste
Postnum: 237 EntryID:1102
Try Sulkin Forcifyer brand biological waste remover. Over a 6 month period, I have found the reduction rates to be close to 34%. Slower in winter months. As well, I have had success with Remo Treatment - also works as well

Best of Luck!

Peter P

Posted by: john f kettles on 7/30/05 Title: Re: outhouse waste
Postnum: 237 EntryID:1443
thanks--but where do i get sulkin forcifyer brand biological& remo treatment ...thank you john


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