Bed & Breakfasts
If you’re looking to start a bed and breakfast, but need to add an extra toilet then the Bambooloo is the perfect addition.
Many Tiny House builders are choosing to include the Bambooloo in their homes. It’s simple to install, and looks great in the bathroom!
The portability of the Bambooloo makes it ideal for glamping operations as it can easily be installed in it’s own toilet tent.
The goal ol’ batch is part of every good kiwi holiday, but sometimes the toilet situation isn’t ideal. If you would like to be able to accomodate more people, the bambooloo is a great option.
“I approached Bambooloo (WCTNZ Ltd) because i built a Tiny House at Piha for family use, as a retreat from the city and for overseas guests wanting to experience the wild west coast beach of Piha. Dylan from Bambooloo helped me by showing me the options to regular flushing toilets. At first I was skeptical and afraid the guests would not be able to cope. I live in New York so I took a gamble.The result was that the guests were totally fine with it. I have had 100% good reviews for my place from all the guests that have stayed there. It is eco friendly and in keeping with the natural environment. I found the experience amazingly easy as i have just returned to NZ for a visit and have been using the Bambooloo for the very first time. It’s as simple as can be with absolutely no odour whatsoever. I would recommend Bambooloo to people who need a toilet for out of the city areas or holiday baches. It is certainly 100% better than the Long Drop!”
“The Bambooloo is an evolution of the simple bucket toilet concept. You can spend a lot of money on composting toilet solutions, but in the end it’s hard to beat a simple collector followed by a thermophilic compost process. The world would be a better place if we all looked after our own crap.”
“I’ve been using my Bambooloo composting toilet in my Tiny House since April 2016 and I absolutely love it. It’s simple to use, there is no smell and it looks great in the bathroom. Together with my girlfriend, we worked out that we save around 25,000 litres of water every year simply by not using a flushing toilet.”
The Bambooloo in a Tiny House
In this video, Tiny House dweller Kyle Sutherland explains how he uses the Bambooloo in his home on wheels and how between him and his girlfriend, they save over 25,000 litres of water a year thanks to not having a flushing toilet. He has been living in the home since April 2016. As Tiny House living becomes more popular in New Zealand, we have noticed a rapid increase in those looking for simple composting toilet solutions for their homes.