A Different kind of Septic System Springfield Vermont Series Post 2 of 2, this post is the second part of the three posts that I'm doing to accompany the series. I'm writing for a series challenge.
There's always a possibility of odor varies with a Composting Toilet System, just as there's also possibility of getting backup odor from a regular Septic System. A system with a remote compost-er coupled with a toilet with a trap like a micro-flush toilet very rarely, if ever produces any odors.
A Different kind of Septic System Springfield Vermont Series Post 2, Now a self-contained composting toilet is more apt to produce them.
Using a good fan venting system in the right direction should very will prevent this, in fact a good fan will often vents all odors from the entire bathroom, and there's rarely a lingering legacy of folks bathroom visit.
A Different Kind of Septic System Springfield Vermont, However a hard draft of wind very will could push exhaust odors down the vent and into the home's bathroom. Two things that you can do, if odors do become a problem, you can turn up the fan, or look into getting some odor filters to use, with your system.
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