The from the Department of Environmental Quality called me back and it’s a go! After him asking me why I wanted a composting toilet, and me explaining that section e was all I needed, he told me that I can have a composting toilet and that the $518 permit fee was per home, not per toilet. Whoo hoo!
The only thing he mentioned was that the composting toilet I buy has to be on the Proprietary Products list. The only brand I recognize is Sun-Mar. The feedback is that though Sun-Mars are okay, Nature’s Head is amazing. There aren’t too many options for composting toilets on the
I left a message with the local Environmental Quality liaison to find out how the list can be updated. On the website, it says the compost toilets listed are from 2005. Yes, I said FIVE … fourteen years ago. If I have to buy the two parts okay’d by the Environmental Quality board to get to have a compost toilet I’ll do that .. but a one-piece Nature’s Head composting toilet would sure be nice.