An efficient, dignified, and healthy system for everyone
Perhaps this is the first time you've ever heard about this system, and so you've never considered it as an option. Or maybe you are one of those people who views the traditional flush toilet as the most effective technology, and although you know that other options exist, you think that you already have "the bathroom issue" resolved and the alternatives are only for poor people who lack a sewage system or septic tank. If so, then this article it is intended especially for you.
The DCT is a system for EVERYONE. It is not just a bare-bones option for rural areas, nor is it a second-class alternative for those without a sewage system or septic tank. Although a great many people are affected, the relatively few users of flush toilets maintain an obsolete and dangerous model of public "health" system. It is also clear that the continued survival of this antiquated and absurd system is not due to the lack of other methods to replace it. Other techniques existed well before the flush toilet was invented, and development of new systems for more efficient treatment of fecal matter continues. Why then do we still view flush toilets as the best (and sometimes only) option? Although I would like simply to explain the many advantages of the DCT over the conventional system and expect that this information would be enough to convince you, I think that first I should begin with some questions that I hope will alert you to the problems of the flush-toilet approach, and then you can decide for yourself with all the cards on the table.
So let's begin...