Pikkuvihrea Johanna composter is a classic! A product that has been available already in the 90's is still the choice of many composting gurus. Johanna has a sturdy, however light-weight, frame that is made of recycled plastic. It is suitable for both kitchen and garden waste. Volume 330 l.
There are 10 products.
Pikkuvihrea's Pikkula is a chamber pot for many use: during nighttime or renovation works. The package consists of a sturdy waste bin, a tight lid and a seat with a lid.
Height 45 cm, Ø40 cm.
Piteco 506 represents new generation in dry toilets: ease of use, odor-free and simple assembly. No electricity, no sewage - Piteco separates urine from the solid waste, has an effective ventilation system and an easy way of adding peat to the container.
Installed on the top of a ventilation pipe. The wind creates a vacuum that sucks the air out of the interior. Suitable for holiday homes or to an outhouse etc.
Omahuussi-outhouse is Pikkuvihreä´s own outhouse model, which is made locally in Finland.
Green Toilet Family is the smaller version of Green Toilets. It is suitable for eg. one family at a summer cottage. The container is equipped with wheels and a urine tube, so the emptying is easy and does not require special force. Look here: Green Toilet presentation
Pikkuvihreä Urinal is a perfect additional solution for outhouses and toilets. The Urinal cuts off the liquid load from composting toilet itself and hence prevents unpresent odur. Moreover, collected urine is proved to be ideal fertilizer for gardening purposes.
Bowl liners, which can be used in Incinolet, Cinderella and Separett incinerating toilets. Economy packing includes 500 liners.
Chamber pot for temporary use (for example, during construction) or for night-time use at a holiday home or by a sickbed.
MullToa composting toilet system uses a powerful ventilator and heat for evaporating the liquid waste. Solid waste is composted to mulch inside the toilet. Suitable for 4 people for occasional use.
The new model Mulltoa 55ai has an auto-intelligence system, which takes care of the regulation of the composting process independently.