- Passion for wood
- Soft pink bedroom
- Living room design in shades of light wood
- Loft with students watch
- Table and chairs in rust-optic
- Bathroom bathroom mirror unusual with indirect lighting
- Simple wooden trunk
- Wall with Moon Landscape
- Culture in the country – inspiring idea to look old apartment
Living Green – Urinary using straw composting
An innovative green design offers an alternative to chemical toilet and can be in festivals and events in the freedom to be particularly useful. Straw and plastic urinals with the French brand Faltazi composting.
Urinal made from straw provides an environmentally friendly alternative to chemical toilet
We all love music festivals - but again the same problem - the bathroom is occupied. Here the French only Faltazi to help - have a plastic urinal attached to a bale of straw with ribbons. A small tube is inserted deep into the balloon and passes the ball to the inside of the liquid. This is a chemical reaction between nitrogen, which bought the liquid, and begins bales of straw carbon. After 6 to 12 months, has generated a lot of compost, which can be used when planting next year Urinal straw has several advantages to traditional chemical toilets opposite -. Reduces the consumption of water, reduce the cost of shipping and sanitary and can be easily installed on site.
Urinal made from straw helps to produce compost
The straw urinal is available in two variants. The first is made of plastic and is provided flat. You can then fold the plastic urinals and mount it on bales of straw on the site. The second model is ready. These urinals are made of stainless steel and can withstand the problems of bad weather. After the event is over, urinals may be transported to the next composting facility available and used within six months of local farmers. There is also the possibility of replanting straw bales and use as a decoration at the festival next year.
Bales of straw to the compost heap
Stainless steel urinal
The eco-friendly alternative is especially good for festivals and outdoor events
Composting helps the environment