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Basically you have a squat toilet like one of these:
 
[image|996533]
 
Your basic dry squat
 
[image|996538]
 
[image|996537]
 
Flushable versions
 
[image|996536]
 
What you might find on a train
 
Many people still have them in use thoughtout the world. Some are flushable, others not.
 
First before you even think about going with a Western toilet (English), you'll need to find out if you are allowed to. Contact your local sanitation authority to see what is possible or required if you haven't already.
 
Some countries don't want people to alter their toilets as the amount of water they use can be quite high which gets into if you have enough water (arid areas), the water lines are able to support the demand and then the sewer lines able to support the extra affluent (dirty water) and lastly the processing of the sewage.
 
In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urinating (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so as not to waste water and overload the sewer system.
In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urinating (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so as not to waste water and overload the sewer system.
 
In North America we have been lucky as many areas have lots of water, but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste, and in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.
 
As for which is better, it's mostly a cultural issue as well as what is seen as being cleaner. If you have a flushable squat and people clean up after them selves then they are no cleaner than a western style.
As for which is better, it's mostly a cultural issue as well as what is seen as being cleaner. If you have a flushable squat and people clean up after them selves then they are no cleaner than a western style.
 
Many woman prefer a western as they can keep their dresses cleaner and older people who have a hard time squatting likewise prefer the western.
Many woman prefer a western as they can keep their dresses cleaner and older people who have a hard time squatting likewise prefer the western.
 
Men who urinate often make a mess as the target is smaller and farther away. Even still men often mis the bigger toilet too!
 
One option if you are more of a squatter is to find or make a step frame like this:
 
[image|996539]
 
Which allows you to use a western toilet in a squat position.

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編集者: Dan ,

テキスト:

Basically you have a squat toilet like one of these:
 
[image|996533]
 
Your basic dry squat
 
[image|996538]
 
[image|996537]
 
Flushable versions
 
[image|996536]
 
What you might find on a train
 
Many people still have them in use thoughtout the world. Some are flushable, others not.
 
First before you even think about going with a Western toilet (English), you'll need to find out if you are allowed to. Contact your local sanitation authority to see what is possible or required if you haven't already.
 
Some countries don't want people to alter their toilets as the amount of water they use can be quite high which gets into if you have enough water (arid areas), the water lines are able to support the demand and then the sewer lines able to support the extra affluent (dirty water) and lastly the processing of the sewage.
 
In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urinating (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so notas not waste water as well asand overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.
In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urinating (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so notas not waste water as well asand overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.
 
AsIn North America we have been lucky as many areas have lots of water, but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste, and in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.

As
for which is betterbetter, it's mostly a cultural issue as well as what is seen as being cleaner. If you have a flushable squat and people clean up after them selves then they are no cleaner than a western style. Many

Many
woman prefer a western as they can keep theretheir dresses cleaner and older people who have a hard time squatting likewise prefer the western. Men

Men
who urinate often make a mess as the target is smaller and farther away. Even still men often mis the bigger toilettoilet too!
AsIn North America we have been lucky as many areas have lots of water, but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste, and in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.

As
for which is betterbetter, it's mostly a cultural issue as well as what is seen as being cleaner. If you have a flushable squat and people clean up after them selves then they are no cleaner than a western style. Many

Many
woman prefer a western as they can keep theretheir dresses cleaner and older people who have a hard time squatting likewise prefer the western. Men

Men
who urinate often make a mess as the target is smaller and farther away. Even still men often mis the bigger toilettoilet too!
 
One option if you are more of a squatter is to find or make a step frame like this:
 
[image|996539]
 
Which allows you to use a western toilet in a squat position.

ステータス:

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編集者: Dan ,

テキスト:

Basically you have a squat toilet like one of these:
 
[image|996533]
 
Your basic dry squat
 
[image|996538]
 
[image|996537]
 
Flushable versions
 
[image|996536]
 
What you might find on a train
 
Many people still have them in use thoughtout the world. Some are flushable, others not.
 
First before you even think about going with a Western toilet (English), you'll need to find out if you are allowed to. Contact your local sanitation authority to see what is possible or required if you haven't already.
 
Some countries don't want people to alter their toilets as the amount of water they use can be quite high which gets into if you have enough water (arid areas), the water lines are able to support the demand and then the sewer lines able to support the extra affluent (dirty water) and lastly the processing of the sewage.
 
In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urinateurinating (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so not waste water as well as overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.
In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urinateurinating (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so not waste water as well as overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.
 
As for which is better it's mostly a cultural issue as well as what is seen as being cleaner. If you have a flushable squat and people clean up after them selves then they are no cleaner than a western style. Many woman prefer a western as they can keep there dresses cleaner and older people who have a hard time squatting likewise prefer the western. Men who urinate often make a mess as the target is smaller and farther away. Even still men often mis the bigger toilet!
 
One option if you are more of a squatter is to find or make a step frame like this:
 
[image|996539]
 
Which allows you to use a western toilet in a squat position.

ステータス:

open

編集者: Dan ,

テキスト:

Basically you have a squat toilet like one of these:
 
[image|996533]
 
Your basic dry squat
Your basic dry squat
 
[image|996538]
 
[image|996537]
 
Flushable versions
 
[image|996536]
 
What you might find on a train
 
Many people still have them in use thoughtthoughtout the world. Some are flushable, others not.
Many people still have them in use thoughtthoughtout the world. Some are flushable, others not.
 
First before you even think about going with a Western toilet (English), you'll need to find out if you are allowed to. Contact your local sanitation authority to see what is possible or required if you haven't already.
 
Some countries don't want people to alter their toilets as the amount of water they use can be quite high which gets into if you have enough water (arid areas), the water lines are able to support the demand and then the sewer lines able to support the extra affluent (dirty water) and lastly the processing of the sewage.
 
In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urinate (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so not waste water as well as overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.
 
As for which is better it's mostly a cultural issue as well as what is seen as being cleaner. If you have a flushable squat and people clean up after them selves then they are no cleaner than a western style. Many woman prefer a western as they can keep there dresses cleaner and older people who have a hard time squatting likewise prefer the western. Men who urinate often make a mess as the target is smaller and farther away. Even still men often mis the bigger toilet!
 
One option if you are more of a squatter is to find or make a step frame like this:
 
[image|996539]
 
Which allows you to use a western toilet in a squat position.

ステータス:

open

編集者: Dan ,

テキスト:

Basically you have a squat toilet like one of these:
 
[image|996533]
[image|996533]
Your basic squat
 
[image|996538][image|996537]image|996538]

[image|996537]
[image|996538][image|996537]image|996538]

[image|996537]
Flushable versions
 
[image|996536]
 
What you might find on a train
 
Many people still have them in use thought the world. Some are flushable, others not.
 
First before you even think about going with a Western toilet (English), you'll need to find out if you are allowed to. Contact your local sanitation authority to see what is possible or required if you haven't already.
 
Some countries don't want people to alter their toilets as the amount of water they use can be quite high which gets into if you have enough water (arid areas), the water lines are able to support the demand and then the sewer lines able to support the extra affluent (dirty water) and lastly the processing of the sewage.
 
In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urinate (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so not waste water as well as overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.
 
As for which is better it's mostly a cultural issue as well as what is seen as being cleaner. If you have a flushable squat and people clean up after them selves then they are no cleaner than a western style. Many woman prefer a western as they can keep there dresses cleaner and older people who have a hard time squatting likewise prefer the western. Men who urinate often make a mess as the target is smaller and farther away. Even still men often mis the bigger toilet!
 
One option if you are more of a squatter is to find or make a step frame like this:
[image|996539]
Which allows you to use a western toilet in a squat position.

ステータス:

open

編集者: Dan ,

テキスト:

Basically you have a squat toilet like this oneone of these:
Basically you have a squat toilet like this oneone of these:
 
[image|996533]
Your basic squat

[image|996538][image|996537]
Flushable versions

[image|996536]
What you might find on a train
[image|996533]
Your basic squat

[image|996538][image|996537]
Flushable versions

[image|996536]
What you might find on a train
 
Many people still have them in use thought the world. Some are flushable, others not.
 
First before you even think about going with a Western toilet (English), you'll need to find out if you are allowed to. Contact your local sanitation authority to see what is possible or required if you haven't already.
 
Some countries don't want the people to alter their toilets as the amount of water they use can be quite high which gets into if you have enough water (arid areas), the water lines are able to support the demand and then the sewer lines able to support the extra affluent (dirty water) and lastly the processing of the sewage.

In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urinate (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so not waste water as well as overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.
Some countries don't want the people to alter their toilets as the amount of water they use can be quite high which gets into if you have enough water (arid areas), the water lines are able to support the demand and then the sewer lines able to support the extra affluent (dirty water) and lastly the processing of the sewage.

In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urinate (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so not waste water as well as overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.
 
In Europe they demand a two flush system one thatAs for which is light for urine (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so not waste waterbetter it's mostly a cultural issue as well as overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still therewhat is a movement to lessen the amount of waterseen as being used with low-flow toiletscleaner. If you have a flushable squat and people clean up after them selves then they are no cleaner than a western style. Many woman prefer a western as our sewer systems justthey can keep up withthere dresses cleaner and older people who have a hard time squatting likewise prefer the western. Men who urinate often make a mess as the target is smaller and farther away. Even still men often mis the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.bigger toilet!
In Europe they demand a two flush system one thatAs for which is light for urine (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so not waste waterbetter it's mostly a cultural issue as well as overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still therewhat is a movement to lessen the amount of waterseen as being used with low-flow toiletscleaner. If you have a flushable squat and people clean up after them selves then they are no cleaner than a western style. Many woman prefer a western as our sewer systems justthey can keep up withthere dresses cleaner and older people who have a hard time squatting likewise prefer the western. Men who urinate often make a mess as the target is smaller and farther away. Even still men often mis the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.bigger toilet!

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編集者: Dan ,

テキスト:

Basically you have a squat toilet like this one:
 
[image|996533]
 
Many people still have them in use thought the world. Some are flushable, others not.
 
First before you even think about going with a Western toilet (English), you'll need to find out if you are allowed to. Contact your local sanitation authority to see what is possible or required if you havenhaven't already.
First before you even think about going with a Western toilet (English), you'll need to find out if you are allowed to. Contact your local sanitation authority to see what is possible or required if you havenhaven't already.
 
Some countries don't want the people to alter their toilets as the amount of water they use can be quite high which gets into if you have enough water (arid areas), the water lines are able to support the demand and then the sewer lines able to support the extra affluent (dirty water) and lastly the processing of the sewage.
 
In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urine (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so not waste water as well as overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.

ステータス:

open

編集者: Dan ,

テキスト:

Basically you have a squat toilet like this one:
 
[image|996533]
 
Many people still have them in use thought the world. Some are flushable, others not.
 
First before you even think about going with ana Western toilet (English), you'll need to find out if you are allowed to. Contact your local sanitation authority to see what is possible or required if you haven already.
First before you even think about going with ana Western toilet (English), you'll need to find out if you are allowed to. Contact your local sanitation authority to see what is possible or required if you haven already.
 
Some countries don't want the people to alter their toilets as the amount of water they use can be quite high which gets into if you have enough water (arid areas), the water lines are able to support the demand and then the sewer lines able to support the extra affluent (dirty water) and lastly the processing of the sewage.
 
In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urine (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so not waste water as well as overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.

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オリジナル投稿者: Dan ,

テキスト:

Basically you have a squat toilet like this one:

[image|996533]

Many people still have them in use thought the world. Some are flushable, others not.

First before you even think about going with an Western toilet (English), you'll need to find out if you are allowed to.  Contact your local sanitation authority to see what is possible or required if you haven already.

Some countries don't want the people to alter their toilets as the amount of water they use can be quite high which gets into if you have enough water (arid areas), the water lines are able to support the demand and then the sewer lines able to support the extra affluent (dirty water) and lastly the processing of the sewage.

In Europe they demand a two flush system one that is light for urine (pee) the other heaver for feces (solids). Even then these are low-flow toilets so not waste water as well as overload the sewer system. In North America we have been lucky many areas have lots of water but even still there is a movement to lessen the amount of water being used with low-flow toilets as our sewer systems just can keep up with the amount of waste. And in some areas drought has also effected how we do things.

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