Learn about the benefits of a composting toilet and how a masonry, double chamber composting toilet works from WMG Policy and Technical Director, Catlow Shipek. This video highlights the system at WMG's Living Lab and Learning Center.
We hope you're just as excited about Composting Toilet maintenance as Catlow Shipek, Technical and Policy Director, is! In this video, he'll show you what to do when one of your barrels is full so you can keep on composting
Living Lab Program Manager Malissa Hubbard walks us through what and how to seed save!
Learn how to maintain a site-built composting toilet to ensure proper function and aid the composting process. Catlow Shipek, WMG’s Policy and Technical Director, shares routine maintenance practices for his home system.
In this short how-to video, Lisa Shipek, WMG's Executive Director, shares a simple backyard project to create soil at home – for container gardens, raised beds, or a sunken veggie garden.
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Learn how to build a composting toilet system. The system is based on a 55-gal barrel system developed by David Omick, www.omick.net. You can purchase a 2-barrel and 3-barrel kit from WMG!
Extreme Composting: Using Human Waste to Enhance Soil in Case Studies from Around the World. Presenters are Dr. Diane Austin, University of Arizona Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology and Sowmya Somnath, PE
Every day, the average person flushes 10 gallons of drinking water down the toilet. What really stinks is we're wasting two precious resources—scarce water supplies and human manure—we we could be composting our poo to create a fertile soil amendment.
A fun educational video about turning common wastes into resources featuring Brad Lancaster and narration by Lisa Shipek. Brad Lancaster is the author of Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond.