Nature's Head Composting Toilet with Standard Handle
The Nature's Head comes with a 12V plug. If you will be using your Nature's Head with 110V power, you will need to add the 12V transformer/adaptor to your order. Mounting brackets, fuse, fuse holder, agitator, handle, inside vent flange, and 5 feet of venting hose with attached ends are all included with the toilet.
$960 with FREE SHIPPING
5 Year Warranty!
Electric Power Usage: The fan pulls 1.7 amps in 24 hours. Our study for Alaska showed that the cost for this would be approximately 4 cents per month.
Total Height: 21.5 inches
Total Width: 20.75 inches
Gross Empty Weight: 28 lbs.
Providing an earth-friendly, easy to use, and reliable product at a reasonable price, the Nature's Head fits with a myriad of lifestyles for all.
If you’ve chosen a tiny house as your permanent or vacation residence, you can do no better than to choose a Nature’s Head. Many Tiny Homes are on wheels, which means that you may have no problem when you do not want to hook up to sewer or septic. Nature’s Head fits in most bathroom spaces, and is easy to clean. The only maintenance required is to empty it when necessary.
For those with sailboats, motor cruisers, trawlers or other vessels, this toilet meets the USCG requirements for a Type III marine head. Requiring no holding tank, no pumpouts, and no water to flush this head is designed to fit in most spaces. Our Spider agitator handle requires less room and the small computer fan draws a minimal amount of power.
Whether it is a cabin, a home, a barn, a yurt, a survival shelter, a workshop or studio, a boathouse, a tree house, basement, bunker, cottage, a truck house, or any other structure, a Nature’s Head is your answer. Anywhere there is no public sewer or septic facility, or if you want to be independently off-grid, there is no solution that is more reliable.
Anytime you want to be on the road, or perhaps off the grid, our self-contained waterless toilet is the solution for you. For a motor coach, camper, converted truck, travel trailer, or fifth-wheel, say goodbye to hauling around your water to flush and your blackwater tank; there will be no more dump stations to find. Campsites with no hookups nor dump stations pose no problem for you.