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Hello, fellow adventurers and sustainability enthusiasts! Today, I'm excited to talk about a product that's revolutionized my traveling and eco-conscious lifestyle - the Nature's Head Composting Toilet. Specifically, let's delve into its plumbing needs and why it's a dream come true for the Van Life and RV Living communities.

Plumbing Simplified

One of the standout features of the Nature's Head Composting Toilet is its simplicity in plumbing. This composting toilet is completely self-contained, meaning it doesn't require any complicated plumbing or sewage facilities. It's designed to be waterless and separates urine, making it incredibly efficient and eco-friendly. For those of us living the van life or traveling in an RV, this means no more worries about hooking up to sewage lines or dealing with messy black water tanks​.

Powering Your Nature's Head

The toilet comes with all necessary 12-volt parts. If you're using 110 house power, you'll need a wall transformer to power the fan. The Nature's Head Composting Toilet also offers options for venting, including a Mushroom Vent for venting through the side or roof, and a PVC Vent Assembly for floor venting​.

Versatility and Convenience

The versatility of the Nature's Head Composting Toilet is unmatched. You can literally bring it anywhere. Whether you're in a remote campsite, traveling across the country in your RV, or living the van life off-grid, this toilet meets your needs without the fuss of traditional plumbing. Its design accommodates a range of uses – from full-time living for 1 to 4 people to occasional weekend getaways.

Using Your Nature's Head

Using the toilet is straightforward. Start by adding pre-moistened sphagnum peat moss or coconut fiber to the base. The unit's design ensures that liquids and solids are separated, which is crucial for odor control and effective composting. The solids bin holds approximately 60 to 80 uses, and the urine bottle, with a 2.2-gallon capacity, may need emptying every few days depending on usage​.

Final Thoughts

As a member of the Van Life and RV Living communities, I've found the Nature's Head Composting Toilet to be a game-changer. Its ease of use, minimal plumbing requirements, and environmental benefits make it a must-have for anyone seeking a sustainable and convenient way to manage waste while on the road.

Embrace the freedom and simplicity that comes with the Nature's Head Composting Toilet – it's a small change that makes a big difference in how we connect with our planet and our adventures.

Nature's Head Composting Toilet

Nature's Head Composting Toilet

We at Wild Oak Trail decided to get ourselves our own Nature's Head  to see what the fuss is all about! Check out our YouTube videos as we explore why the Nature's Head Composting Toilet is the favorite of the preppers, adventure seekers and the RV living community!

 

Nature's Head Toilet Unboxing Video

How to Use The Nature's Head Toilet 

Of course if you have any questions at all about setting up your Nature's Head Composting Toilet, or maintaining it, or checking to see if it's working correctly, give us a call, chat in or email us at Wild Oak Trail! 1-844-WILDOAK (1-844-954-3625), www.wildoaktrail.com or customersupport@wildoaktrail

Cherry May
Cherry May

Cherry May, the heart of Wild Oak Trail as the Store Manager, brings an unmatched dedication to customer service enriched by six years of hands-on experience and learning. Her journey with Wild Oak Trail has seen her evolve into a cornerstone of the community, renowned for her expertise in off-grid living, solar generators, and comprehensive prepping. Customers and colleagues alike applaud her for an impeccable service ethos, effortlessly blending profound knowledge with a genuine commitment to meeting every individual's needs.

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