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Kiwi Build - Daisy the Teardrop Camper - courtesy of Colin Bush
This kitchen / waste unit has a plug in venting system and can be removed from the vehicle. It allows room for the cooker, rubbish and portable toilet (to the side) Fitted with 3x 18A/hr batteries and 2000 watt inverter.
Self containment watse tanks need to be vented. the vent hose must go above the flood line (sink / shower) and be vented outside. Taking it it up and then back down through the floor is an easy option.
'Smart 1' complete grey waste DIY space saver kit from NZ Lifestyle Camping. Designed to slide under beds / removable to allow lower bench height fexibility in layout.
30 litre 'Smart 1' waste tank with 25 mm valve and camlock cap and fittings. Attach fittings then seal and secure lid. firstname.lastname@example.org
With this simple setup you do not need a separate water seal waste trap as it is incorporated into the sink outlet. Attach waste hose to wall for a tidy finish. Available from email@example.com
Boom buckets do not meet the requirement of a flushing or compostable toilet.