“I read the reviews here, and thought the worst problem would be the water splashing out the back, which sounded fixable, so I bought one. At first I too had water on the floor after each flush, but it wasn't coming out the back (which I'd duct taped anyway, just in case). Turned out it was leaking from the gasket between the tank & bowl, and after tightening the bolts more than I thought...” --tjwhalen
K-3999-0 Features: -Toilet.-Comfort Height Elongated Toilet bowl - With a seat height comparable to that of a standard chair, Comfort Height toilets make sitting down and standing up easier for people of all ages.-Class five - provides tremendous bulk waste flushing performance and best-in-class bowl cleanliness.-3-bolt Installation - Three pre-installed tank bolts save installation...
“Plain and simple, I think the Sink Positive may be one of the best green inventions I've ever used. After you flush any toilet its water tank refills for the next flush. All the Sink Positive does is route that refill water first through a spigot (so you can wash your hands with it -- it's clean, just like it comes from the sink!) and then it sends the now "gray water" back into the toilet...” --Lola
I started using the Instant-Off in October. I'd never used a flow-control device before, and I was dubious as to how well it would work. I've got to tell you, I'm impressed. The device is simple, easy to install, and saves me $10-20 per month on my water bill. I've got four kids who just couldn't figure out how to turn the faucet off in the bathroom, and this device solves that problem....” --JMarzicola
“Ever since the Huddler debate of whether or not bidets are greener than toilet paper, I've been interested in the technology. When I came across the Brondell Swash Ecoseat at West Coast Green, it gave me a chance to see the seat itself and consider the environmental impact of making toilet paper. The Swash Ecoseat from Brondell is definitely a basic bidet seat (as bidet seats go). That means...” --cristina7
“In the Huddler Featured Debate section, we discussed the benefits of bidets vs. toilet paper. I concluded that on average, the amount of toilet paper use per visit consumes nearly a quarter gallon of water (4 cups), requires trees to be cut down, and energy to be used making the toilet paper and transporting it to the store and to your home. That's a lot of resources being used just to clean...” --dana1981
I really love my Biffy! It was quite hilarious when I first got to experience the use of a bidet, I was a bidet virgin you could say. My first experience wasn't very good. I had water everywhere and I really didn't get the full use out of the bidet to start off with. The second time was better. I actually saw the benefit of a bidet and saw the Eco-friendly side of less "TP" use...” --Dustin Shearin
“I did a lot of reasearch before cosing this model. Just go to home improvement center and put your hand in the bowl past where you can see... 85% of them do not glaze the s-trap! I was looking for US made and would flush well. And I do not mean golf balls! I was so happy with this model I bought four of them and recommend it to everyone. Having an inner tank, there has been no summer...” --Energyman2009
The BioLet 60 XL is the only biological toilet to carry the Swan Ecolabel. This certification is the most prestigious approval in Europe and is the most thorough testing for closed toilet systems in the world. Read more about the Swan Ecolabel click here or to read the actual testing reports click here. For those who need extra capacity the BioLet 60 XL is the right choice. Rated for 4 people...
“Even with a fan, and proper venting, this unit (used occasionally by 2 people), is a BIG disappointment. The company claims it is effective for 3 people full time use. Company was no help in solving smell and lack of composting action. A bucket would be the better value. I have replaced the Biolet with a Sun-mar. If you buy the non-electric Biolet you will become a poop farmer. I do have a...” --fgreen