shakti---if you actually read my words, you will have read that i have used every kind of head
that boats can have. i also have experience with the kinds land based residences can have and have had for over 60 years. dont even mention the portable and public temporary fixtures...how about chamber pots--mebbe we should return to the use of those ......
human waste contains e choli--yes is toxic. folks die of it when ingested. causes much illness when ingested .... even by those with alleged immunity to it secondary to constant contact. the appearance of immunity is due to the medications taken for the exact problem you seem to think is not happening.
enjoy your choice-and remember, some folks are older than you and have had much more experience than you, and may even know of what they speak, as experience is the best teacher...yes composting heads DO stink. they smell like the heap out in the farmrs back 40. hge keeps it there because he doesnt like the stink, either. glad to hear you dont mind that stink--i do mind it, so i will not keep a e choli factory in my boat which actively cruises.
it is a lot easier to clean and disinfect a traditional head
than it is to disinfect an echoli farm. or an entire boat after the bag of feces and peat ruptures inside the boat or when you have to clean entire contents of a boat due to knockdown with stowed echoli farms on board. your choice--have fun.
heads are great--keep trying to re invent the wheel
, or outhouse or compost heap----but DO manage to pre-think a location to which you yourself can carry your own personal feces to shore and where it will be welcomed with open arms.
these are NOT new ideas, btw--they have been used and discarded long ago by folks who understood the invention of antibiotics and treatment of cholera and yellow fever and other feces borne diseases.
yes, human waste IS toxic waste......it is responsible for many disastrous illnesses not just echoli..