Traditionally, toilets take the form of WCs . As early as the 31st century BC, the Neolithic village of Scara Brae in Orkney used hydraulic technology (consisting of a river and a connecting drainage system) to wash away human waste. Read More
Dual flush toilets feature two buttons for different flushing levels. When used properly, these toilets can reduce water usage by half.
Biological toilets are essentially dry lavatories, ideal for installation in holiday cottages, outhouses and remote dwellings. Modern designs promise odourless use, where liquids are separated and drained whilst solids are composted.
Macerating toilets break up the waste and allow it to be pumped to a higher level. This means that a cloakroom can be installed anywhere regardless of pipework direction, including applications where gravity drainage is not possible.
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