Incinerating toilets use liquid propane, gas or electricity to burn sewage waste. The resulting ashes are harmless and can be disposed in the trash. Some incinerating toilets can be noisy, and the high heat required may increase room temperature in a small room. Save The River may be able to put potential buyers in contact with current users.
Blankenship Research Products
2639 Andjon Street.
Dallas TX 75220
Cost: $1,700-1,900; the Incinolet uses an electric heating coil to burn waste. A forced vent to the outside is required.
Storburn International Inc.
47 Copernicus Blvd. Unit 3
Brantford, ON N3P 1N4
Cost: No costs available; propane or natural gas fired incinerator toilet. Vent and propane tank hookup are required. No electricity required. Anti-foam agent also required. The Storburn unit operates on a four-hour burn cycle, during which the toilet is not usable.