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How can I install a toilet in my existing poolhouse, where I have (cold) running water & access to a storm sewer, but not to a sanitary sewe

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 30, 2015 01:00 AM
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The poolhouse has a concrete floor. The pool filter drains into the storm sewer. Trenching & tying in to my home sanitary sewer is not an option due to grade, buried electric, cable, gas lines & sprinkler system, as well as location ( sewer ties in on the opposite side of house ). The prior owners put in a porta-potty; I am looking for a more aesthetically pleasing solution. Incinerator toilet? Grinder/macerator plus ___? Some sort of filtration? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.




 

 

The poolhouse has a concrete floor. The pool filter drains into the storm sewer. Trenching & tying in to my home sanitary sewer is not an option due to grade, buried electric, cable, gas lines & sprinkler system, as well as location ( sewer ties in on the opposite side of house ). The prior owners put in a porta-potty; I am looking for a more aesthetically pleasing solution. Incinerator toilet? Grinder/macerator plus ___? Some sort of filtration? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Composting or an incinerator are the only type you can use - you can not pump black water into a storm drain which rules out a regular one or even...


 

 

 
 
 

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