Pit toilets, also known as pit latrines, are a medium for sanitation management. It involves utilizing a hole in the ground to store human excreta. It is usually accentuated by a toilet seat or squatting pan for the user’s comfort.
A dry toilet or a non-flush toilet is a toilet that can be operated without flush water. One of the most commonly used type of dry toilet is the pit toilet or pit latrines. Pit toilets are used most specially in developing countries where flush toilets connected to septic systems or sewer systems won’t be possible. Continue reading “The Advantages and Disadvantages of Building a Pit Toilet”→
Continuing from the previous blog, we will now move on to the actual process of cleaning a grease trap.
Restaurant owners or managers must always see to it that their grease traps are cleaned regularly. This is to prevent the fats, oils and grease from building up and restrict drain flow. In time, it could be felt through very foul odors which can be bad for your business. Moreover, failing to clean the grease trap may also cause the grease and food wastes to enter the municipal water system which can put you and your restaurant in trouble. Continue reading “Step-by-Step Grease Trap Cleaning Procedure”→
In our homes, it is common to install toilets connected to a well-designed septic system or a sewer. However, for campgrounds, recreational areas or remote nonresidential areas, installing a traditional toilet can be impossible because of the lack of waste facilities.
In places like parks and other remote areas, they use either vault toilets and pit toilets.