No, because all composting toilets are required to be vented. Our systems are actively vented with a fan that runs 24/7 this fan creates a negative air pressure flow, which draws air into the toilet (WCT) from the room and vents any odour out through a pipe above the building away from people. This active venting actually vents out the entire toilet/bathroom area and makes the systems smell less than a conventional flushing toilet as most flushing toilets do not have a vent attach.
In truth, a healthy compost is greatly odourless but it's best to have an active vent running all the time.
We recommend our Nature Flush as the all-around cleaner and additive for WCT's Waterless Composting Toilets System.
✓ Clivus Multrum, won’t mind at all in fact over the summer it can help if the system is getting dry
✓ EcoLet, you may have to adjust the thermostat slightly, to balance the extra liquid
✓ Sun-Mar, depending on whether it is a WET-WCT-Toilet Fixture composting system or DRY-WCT-Toilet Fixture composting system. Sun-Mars should not need extra water at any point and should only be added when maintained
✓ Nature Loo, won’t mind at all in fact over the summer it can help if the system is getting dry
✓ Bambooloo, only at the end of the bucket use (full bucket) adding water is ideal
✓ Nature Flush general-purpose cleaner by Ecoflo (Non-Soap Cleaner
✓ Ecostore products are mostly septic-safe and readily available throughout NZ
Try to keep the soap content in any water added or wash-down water into a composting system low, as all soaps will affect the composting process regardless of its base constituents been natural or not.
Consider normal recycled toilet paper from your supermarket
X Wet wipes
X Sanitary pads or tampons unless 100% organic-based
X Food Scraps
X Cigarette butts or ash from a fireplace
X Cleaning water eg. mop water
X No inorganics in general