No plumbing?

No problem!

Our compost loos

are perfect for your 1's and 2's!.

Go on, give the world a hug!

Compost toilets are the future!

OUR COMPOST TOILETS

All our compost loos are little planet savers. They are all low maintenance, with no contraptions, no vents, no fans, no fuss, no gimmicks, just gorgeous, reliable, simple loos, made with love and care.

 

They all arrive ready to use with free delivery in UK.

We specialise in simplicity and offer personalised designs.

 Our compost loos each save around 50,000 litres of water per person per year and give back to the land naturally.

We sorted the problem of human waste to waste-not.

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 COMPOST TOILET SEPARATORS

Our Wee Hoose compost toilet separator loo bowls take the wiff out of waste by diverting the contents thoughtfully to individual containers, making your compost loo a more hygienic and pleasant place to be, and saves on emptying containers regularly. 

Our composting toilet separators save up to 80% compost material so you are emptying your containers less allowing you to work less and play more.

 

Our simple yet beautifully handcrafted compost toilet separator loo bowls are made from a high-quality marine grade fiberglass by fiberglass experts to the marine and environmental compost loo industry since 1992.

 

These separators are perfect for any situation, and fit every toilet seat for those of you interested in building or retrofitting your own composting toilet project.

COMPOST TOILET ADD-ONS & BITS

Simple solutions for all your compost toilet needs, just the way you want them.

Why not add a sink to your composting loo, a handy fold-away surface, a sawdust bin, or a rear hatch for easy access to  your compost loo containers?

You'll need sawdust and a compost bin for sure.

Go on, treat yourself and make life easier; It's your very own personal compost loo, after all!

 
WHAT WE ARE ABOUT

"We aim to give the world the hug that it needs"

Who are we?


Wee Hooses is an ecologically minded company and is the creation of Scott Craig. Wee Hooses Compost Toilets are all handmade in the UK and supplied to customers near and far. We cater for anyone and everyone. Our products generally go to schools, allotments, churches, residential gardens, nurseries, campsites, wedding venues, forestry, forest schools, private estates, gardens, nature reserves, fishing spots, and off-grid homes.




Where did the super name of your company come from? We love it.


We love it too, thank you. It comes from two Scot's words: wee meaning small, and wee meaning wee, as in urine. Hooses is another Scot's word for houses, and both words are, we think, very cute. It encapsulates nicely what our first product was, a place to go do your business (yer wees and poos), and freshen up, without making it anyone else's business, literally.




​Where did you get your ideas from for your great products?


Essentially from need. Nessisity is the mother of invention, they say. We wanted to have something more healthy than our old flush loo, a water saving toilet which was clean, functional, friendly to the environment, easy to use, low cost, and needed no planning permission. There was stuff on the market, but it wasn't very appealing, often below par, expensive, looked unsubstantial, and/or was quite labour intensive to maintain.

The main problem with conventional toilets is, that they are reliant on so many factors which we take for granted:

Lots of good water which could be used for other things

Pipe work/infrastructure

Treatment plants

Money

People

Energy

We wanted to avoid being reliant on these things. We wanted to be more self-sufficient and green, so I began to research what we could do to achieve this.

​A vast amount of people in the world have none of the things which we take for granted, the main thing being is a supply of water; which many of us use to flush our loos with. Water is such a precious thing that many of us rarely realise we should take care of.

Every year the average person flushes up to 50,000 litres of good clean drinking water per year down the toilet whilst people are dying of thirst in the same world.




How do people deal with their waste in places where they need all their water for survival?


Many people have a hole in the ground where they do all their business; an open-pit latrine. Not only does this method smell terrible, but more than anything it attracts flies and other bugs which spread deadly disease by contaminating their food; a terrible cycle.

To overcome this issue, we thought we could get around this by somehow separating the sewage, and then keep it covered-up to avoid disease and infection, and not pollute the environment. When you think about it, keeping our excretions separate seems a quite natural idea; we have a front and a back exit on our body for good reason. God's handiwork lead the way for the design.

After a bit of searching to see if there was anything out there, there were a few different ideas on the scene, and then we stumbled across a simple under the toilet seat separator design. We tried it. It was perfect! No fuss, just plain and simple. No gadgerty, no parts to maintain, and best of all, no smell.




Can I ask, what's your favourite product?


This might surprise you, it is without a doubt our very own compost toilet. It is my favourite product because it saves so much water and gives back to the planet. A thing of beauty. All handcrafted by myself. I never get tired of makiong them as each one is making the world a better place.




Any final words?


I think compost toilets are the future. The Wee Hoose Compost Toilet is a creative, mindful, and green solution to a worldwide problem. Inventions like the Wee Hoose Compost Toilet are the hug the world needs. I believe we should all try to live more in accord with nature than against it, and the Wee Hoose provides a means to do this.





OUR SOCIAL MEDIA

I used to post regularly on social media sites (usually from our own compost loo) such as Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest but no longer have the time as I'm so busy building loos, tending to the garden, bee hives, fixing a tractor, or having a cup of tea and listening to the birds. I urge you to do more of the same. Take time away from social media and connect with REALity.

 
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