For Tiny House toilets, there is a large range of WCT systems to choose from. Making the right decision is just a process of elimination
Ask your self the following...
Will the Tiny House be sited in one location for a long period of time or will it be moved around a lot? This will tell you if you need an on-floor (self-contained) or a below-floor (split-system).
Will you have mains power or be solar off-grid? This will tell you whether or not you can have a heated WCT or a non-heated (NE) system.
How many people will use the toilet? Never choose a system that is below the rated capacity unless you get the correct advice from a WCTNZ expert.
Notes; On this site...
NE means (Non-electric). This does not mean that is is not powered but that WCT system only has a D/C fan unit for ventilation.
240 means (240 volts A/C). This means the system requires alternating current (A/C) common to mains-power and most of these systems are heated, therefore a micro power plant such as solar or wind will most likely not generate enough power. It is also considered a bad practice to use solar or wind energy for heating.
The CM LP system is specialised designing for tiny homes with the low underfloor clearance requirement (only 450mm!). This composting toilet model is suitable for a couple looking to install a composting toilet into their tiny house.
The Excelet range of composting toilets was designed to provide toilet facilities for low volume situations at a low price. Unlike most composting toilets, the Excelet sits on the toilet room floor and requires no space beneath it.
The Bambooloo™ toilet in the natural bamboo base & carbon seat colour. This package includes everything that you need to get started with your Bambooloo™, including a 20-litre bucket with screw-on lid, composting toilet bags (25), a block of coco peat and packing shavings as cover material. A full instruction manual is also included.