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Composting toilets produce a humus-like endproduct that can be used to enrich soil if local regulations allow this. A secondary stage is often needed to allow mesophilic composting to further reduce potential pathogens. Toilets that use no water for flushing can have even lower environmental impacts than water-efficient toilets and wastewater recycling systems. A good composting toilet is expensive, and with everyone looking to save money these days, it’s not uncommon for people to try to build their own.Eco-friendly bathroom appliances may be becoming popular as people grow more conscious of the environment.