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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:10 pm 
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I am looking at fitting a sink in the outside toilet the only place to connect the waste to is via a pan coupling with a 32mm boss on it ,would it need a p trap on the sink to have an air vent on it to stop any chance of syphoning . Also has anyone used a Redring Tap1 it looks the easiest way to have hot water in there.


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a bit gimicky and probably overly expensive for saving the planet :lol:
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=toilet+cister ... &ia=images

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a bit gimicky and probably overly expensive for saving the planet :lol:
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=toilet+cister ... &ia=images



They are also hopelessly impractical to actually use. I have used them several times at restaurants, now granted their compact size did allow the restaurant to actually have toilets which otherwise would have been almost impossible. You have to lean over the toilet bowl to use them which is awkward and the sink part is very small so you make a mess everywhere for the next person.
Also what I never understand is that you use the toilet, you flush and then you have to be really quick to start washing your hands as other wise the cistern fills itself and then when you do wash your hands it just goes down the overflow so not really saving water.


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