Contact – with a real person!

Richard Brunt

Richard Brunt

You can call me toll free from anywhere in North America at 1 888 361 0014. I personally answer the phone, and will answer any questions you have. If I can’t pick up the phone, I’ll call you back as soon as I can. You will never hear “we are experiencing higher than normal call volumes….”. Nor will you get a lengthy list of menu options you don’t need. Those things drive me nuts!

Or send an email to: richard(at symbol)compostingtoiletsusa(dot)com

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4 thoughts on “Contact – with a real person!

  • Michelle Kalous

    I am trying to install one of these in my barn and am getting push back by the county environmental health department. Do you have any formal documentation as to the use of these on a farm. I have the urine drain going into the wash rack for the horse baths.

    • richardbrunt Post author

      You need to find out exactly what they want, and provide that. Often this means a waste management plan. There is no such thing as formal documentation. You can’t drain urine into a wash rack for horse baths. Maybe you are joking? I have a page on “are composting toilets legal”.

  • David Bissell

    I am a general contractor adding your compostable toilet. I am trying to figure a way to tie urine into waste line of main house. Can I install a pee trap in the urine line?

    • richardbrunt Post author

      A pee trap requires water, so you’d have to remember to pour water down the urine drain. We sell a smaller P trap that uses less water. You could also try a Hepvo waterless odor seal. We don’t sell those, but they are widely available.