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3-5 days
Easily burn the dry waste from a urine separating toilet solution in this manual incinerator. Separett Burn is a wood incinerator for waste/faeces from urine separating toilets.
SKU: 1197-01
Not available for sale - contact us if interested
  • User instructions

    For good incineration, it is important that the damper is open to 50% when igniting the wood, and between 25% - 50% during the entire incineration period

  • Product description

    Separett Burn is a wood incinerator for waste / faeces from urine separating toilets. The principle is that the bag from a urine-separating toilet is placed on a rack inside the oven. Below the rack, wood is placed about 1.50 kg.

    The bag and the waste burn up, leaving ony ashes. The amount of wood that is used determines how good the incinearting will be. Separett Burn is used outside and stored preferably beneath a roof. It works in all temperatures.

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Sanitation for all

One in three people worldwide today lives without access to basic sanitation. Our vision is to contribute to a better quality of life for the many with our waterless toilet solutions. This is the foundation of our organization that reflects our way of working. 

Together with various organizations in the world, Separett has provided thousands of family households with waterless toilets in the work for better hygiene and sanitation. One of our partner organization is X-runner, which daily serves over 900 households where they collect family waste, which is then handled safely.