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Why are Compost Toilets ideal for RVs?


  1. No Black Tank: Unlike traditional RV toilets, composting toilets do not require black tanks, as waste is contained in a solids bin and a separate liquids bottle.
  2. Save Water: Composting toilets do not use water. They are dry toilets that use organic materials to treat human waste. That means your fresh water tank will last longer for showers, dish-washing and of course for drinking.
  3. Eco-Friendly: Composting toilets eliminate the need for chemicals and water, thus conserving fresh water in RV tanks.
  4. Odor-Free: The separation of liquid and solid waste stops the formation of sewage.
  5. Space Saving: Composting toilets, like the Cuddy and Cuddy Lite, save space by eliminating the need for a black tank and being more compact than traditional toilets.
  6. Off-Grid Friendly: Requiring minimal power and no water, composting toilets are ideal for off-grid RV use, eliminating the need for dump stations.

Read more about composting toilets in RVs


Compost Toilets for RVs Pros and Cons: What’s the Right Choice for You

Compost Toilets for RVs Pros and Cons: What’s the Right Choice for You

Where and When to Empty an RV Composting Toilet

Where and When to Empty an RV Composting Toilet

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I put a composting toilet in my RV or Motorhome?

yes, composting toilets can easily be installed in an RV and Motorhome.

How do you empty an RV composting toilet?

Emptying your RV compost toilet is super easy! If you have a Cuddy Composting Toilet you will simply open the unit and remove the removable solids bin, grab your bag and use the handy handles to empty the contents into the bag.

With a Cuddy Lite you will open and remove the bag and put in a new bag for continued use - zip zap easy as that.

Check out this article on for more information on emptying an RV composting toilet:

Where and When to Empty an RV Composting Toilet USA edition