Your Plan If Society Crumbles 

Utah is well known for getting prepared should the world as we know it come to an end. We want to be ready to go on living in a way that is at least somewhat comfortable. You may have a hand crank wheat grinder and a solar oven. That’s great, but you need more than a bucket if the plumbing system no longer works. 

Welcome to incineration technology. Thanks to people living in RV’s and tiny homes, products have been invented that will get rid of waste without plumping or running water. Instead, the toilet features a slow burn that turns whatever is dropped in it into ash. 

There Are Several Options 

These toilets can run on electricity, gas or propane. The incinolet toilet is a popular brand that only requires a paper placed inside before you go that whisks away the waste and with a touch of a button, begins to burn it.  

And don’t worry about offensive odors. Except for a slight burning smell, it quietly does its thing and only requires you to dump the tray of ashes on a weekly basis. This is what you need if you have to flee to the hills. You will be the envy of everyone who brought a bucket with a seat attached. 

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The only real drawback on getting one of these incinerator toilets for your 72-hour kit is the price. They can run you anywhere from $2,500 to $5,000 for a new one. You might need a payment plan.

Spending that much money may feel like you're just flushing your money away. You won’t regret it though if sometime in the future plumbing becomes a luxury. 

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