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June 6, 2011

Moonbat Tech: The Natura Ecotoilet

Posted by Dave Blount at June 6, 2011 11:56 AM

Enviromoonbats' endless obsessing on bodily wastes has produced yet another ecotoilet:

Sure, low-flush toilets & dry urinals help reduce consumption, but what else can be done to conserve water? Considering that different types of waste require different amounts of water, designer Jose Genov├ęs developed Natura, a toilet that adapts to male urination, female urination, & defecation, reducing water consumption by up to 60%!

Once water disappears down the drain, it is gone forever. Before long there will be none left for the sacred delta smelt if we don't stop flushing toilets.

For male urination, Natura provides a male urinal totally integrated into the toilet design. The urinal is a reclining element placed in the back part of the toilet and lowers toward the user with a simple "push to open" system. The urinal will dispose the urine with only a half liter of water, saving 30% of the water used by conventional toilets for the same purpose.
For female urination, the urine is disposed through an extra eco-siphon which requires only a half liter of water.

Only a true devotee of Gaia could discuss moving urine around with an "eco-siphon" without sniggering.

As in any separating toilet, it is required to dispose of toilet paper without being flushed, otherwise no water is saved. Natura has a lower water level at the bottom of the bowl, keeping paper out of the users sight and preparing it for flush during the next cycle.

That is, the toilet paper sits down there soaking in smelly urine. If it's yellow, let it mellow, as moonbats bark piously.

The stylish Natura.

On a tip from Air2air.