SELECTED IDEAS OF BUCKMINSTER FULLER
BATHROOM
A WATERLESS, SCIENTIFICALLY DESIGNED TOILET

In 1981 R Buckminster Fuller invented a dry-packaging toilet

 which did not need any water or sewer pipes.

Hermetically sealed plastic packets

would be placed in cardboard boxes.

The "waste" could then be converted into methane

 and fertilizer either on or off site.

For further information see:
Stop the Five Gallon Flush 1980 Alvaro Ortega & Witold Rybczynski, ed; p 29 McGill Univ Canada
Critical Path 1981 R. Buckminster Fuller

pp 310-15

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