ENVIRONMENT WHILE SAVING TONS OF WATER!!!
installed a Domestic Sealand 510 Gravity Marine
Toilet in our cottage to save water usage through
our holding tank and minimize the septage that ends
up on our fields.
At least two of our neighbours
have done the same.
traditional toilet – uses up to 7 gallons of water
per flush -
low flush toilet – uses around 1/5 gallons of water
Marine Toilet – uses .1 of a gallon, approx. one
get 50 flushes on the Marine Toilet versus 1 flush
on an old traditional toilet, and 15 flushes on the
Marine Toilet versus 1 flush on a low flush
THAT’S AN AMAZING SAVING OF WATER!!!
reduce the number of times you have to pump out your
tank, and since prices for pumping are threatening
to go ‘sky high’, this is also good news.
don’t have to ‘let it mellow’ EVER, so your bathroom
smells like a spring rose instead of an old Out
bought ours at Home Depot – they ordered it in.
There are other options.
The Sealand 50 is ceramic, like a regular
website is for reference only.
is no tank of water behind the throne, and no parts
that break regularly.
toilets cost about $400. for the toilet, and come
with a special 4 bolt floor-flange.
manufacturer recommends installing the toilet right
over the holding tank, but with the help of gravity,
our waste moves 15 feet through ABS pipe to the
toilet to work, it must be located near the holding
Put some extra water through occasionally
or after guests visit.
KEEP OUR LAKE CLEAN.
CONSIDER INSTALLING A MARINE TOILET.
Call David at
he installed our toilet himself
Susan Hayden – long time Woodland owner