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    Extra light and compact composting toilet with clever height adjustment.
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  • TROBOLO WandaGO Lite

    Ultra-light, compact and flexible composting toilet for on the go.
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    2 - 4 days
  • DIY Set Small

    DIY set with small containers for building your own composting toilet.
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  • DIY Set Large

    DIY set with large containers for building your own composting toilet.
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  • Composting toilet insert

    The ideal solution for all those who want to build their own composting toilet.
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  • Inlays made of recycled plastic

    Ecological corn starch inlays, ideal for composting solid waste.
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  • Compostable inlays

    Durable plastic inlays, suitable for regular waste disposal.
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  • Litter & compostable inlays

    Set containing odor-neutralizing litter and compostable corn starch inlays.
    From $23.90
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  • Litter

    Moisture-absorbing litter for effective odor neutralization
    From $19.90
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What is a composting toilet?

A composting toilet is a self-sufficient toilet system that doesn't require water, chemicals or electricity and allows you to use the natural processes of decomposition and evaporation to recycle human waste into compost. While composting your toilet waste is an option, it's not the only method for disposing of it. Alternatively, you can choose to dispose of solid waste through household waste channels and redirect urine to a conventional toilet. 

You can use a composting toilet just about anywhere, for example, in your garden, tiny house, camper van or literally any other place you can think of. With a composting toilet, you are independent of the conditions on-site, as no connections to the sewage system or electricity network are needed. Just make sure you place your toilet on an even ground when using it. 

What are the advantages of a composting toilet?

  • Connection-free use without water, electricity or chemicals
  • Hygienic emptying of the solids and liquids containers
  • Easy disposal of toilet waste
  • As comfortable as a conventional toilet
  • Absolutely odorless in operation
  • Composting of toilet waste possible

The TROBOLO composting toilet insert

The cornerstone of our composting toilets is our composting toilet insert, which ensures the effective separation of solid and liquid waste. Thanks to the urine diverter, the composting toilet can be used just like a regular toilet, while all excretions are automatically directed into their respective containers. 

The separation mechanism minimizes odor formation in our composting toilets naturally, and with the additional use of litter you can enjoy 100% odorlessness for extended periods. What’s more, the separation process significantly simplifies the task of emptying and cleaning your composting toilet. 

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Get more with TROBOLO 

Discover unbeatable convenience with our TROBOLO WandaGO and WandaGO Lite! They're incredibly lightweight, compact, and built to withstand any weather condition. With our cutting-edge TROBOLO SafeShell System®, rest assured that your liquids container remains odor-free at all times. It even protects against any spillage, turning our products into perfect camper toilets and RV toilets

Additionally, the TROBOLO WandaGO offers a unique stacking function, making it a comfortable solution for everyone. Whether you prefer a higher or lower seating position, easily adjust the seat height within seconds. 

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All areas of application at one glance

With a TROBOLO composting toilet, you're not tied to electricity, water connections or disposal stations, granting you the flexibility to use it wherever you please. But its versatility doesn't end there. The TROBOLO WandaGO and WandaGO Lite are exceptionally compact and lightweight, making them ideal for any tight space, whether stationary or on the go. Here are some of the most popular areas of application:

  • Garden toilet
  • Tiny house toilet
  • Camper toilet
  • RV toilet
  • Camping and tenting toilet
  • Off-grid toilet
  • Emergency toilet

The possibilities are endless. Due to the portability of the TROBOLO WandaGO and WandaGO Lite, you can seamlessly switch between different areas of application by simply taking your composting toilet along and setting it up wherever you
need it. Their compact design allows for convenient storage when not in use, and thanks to our TROBOLO SafeShell System®, you can even transport them in your car worry-free, without any concerns about spillage or unpleasant odors.

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Quality out of commitment

To ensure that you can use your TROBOLO composting toilet with a clear conscience, we manufacture it using durable, resource-saving materials.

Both solid and liquid containers can be hygienically removed from your TROBOLO composting toilet in just a few easy steps and can be transported to an emptying location in an airtight seal.

The solid waste can either be composted or disposed of with household waste such as used nappies. The liquid excreta can be diluted with water and used as fertiliser for ornamental plants or fed into the sewage system via a conventional toilet.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here you will find short and clear answers to questions we are frequently asked.

If you have any other questions or would like detailed advice on your individual situation, please feel free to send us an e-mail at

How does a composting toilet work?

Composting toilets are self-contained systems that don’t require water, electricity, or chemicals. They include one or more containers inside to capture all waste. Basic composting toilets gather both urine and solid waste in one single container. Those with a separation mechanism use two containers and have an insert that directs urine into a liquids container, while solids go into a separate solids container. Collecting liquid and solid toilet waste in separate containers facilitates waste disposal enormously, while simultaneously reducing odors to a minimum. The whole process is absolutely hygienic and at no point do you come in touch with excreta. Since no connection to the sewage system or electricity network is needed, a composting toilet can be used self-sufficiently at any location.

Do composting toilets smell?

Composting toilets are well-known for their odor-free operation. However, keeping them that way requires regular maintenance. Unpleasant smells usually happen when feces and urine mix and start to break down. It's best to use a composting toilet with a separator to avoid this issue. By separating solid and liquid waste, you prevent odor from forming right from the start, slowing down the process of smell development. Extra steps can be taken to completely avoid bad odors. For example, putting a bit of litter on top of the solid waste helps keep the container odor-free for extended periods. Plus, with our unique TROBOLO SafeShell System®, the liquids container of the TROBOLO WandaGO and WandaGO Lite stays odor-free indefinitely.

Where do you empty a composting toilet?

Regarding emptying your composting toilet, you have several options. You can dispose of the solid waste by tossing it in with your household trash or composting it. Simply remove the inlay with the waste from the solids container and toss it into your household trash, similar to how you would dispose of a used diaper. Alternatively, if you prefer composting, place the inlay and its contents in your composter. Just make sure to use our compostable inlays for this option. As for the liquid waste, you can flush it down a regular toilet or dilute it with water and use it as natural fertilizer for your ornamental plants.

How often do you empty a composting toilet?

The frequency of emptying a composting toilet varies depending on container sizes and how often it's used. For the TROBOLO WandaGO and WandaGO Lite, the solids container can typically be used around 8-12 times, while the liquids container can handle 10-20 uses. It's recommended to empty the solids container every 5-10 days. The liquids container can be emptied whenever it's full and there's no need to adhere to specific timeframes since it's protected against odors indefinitely by our TROBOLO SafeShell® System.

Can you flush toilet paper in a composting toilet?

Since a composting toilet doesn't use any water, flushing isn't involved. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean you can't dispose of toilet paper in it. With TROBOLO composting toilets, you can simply put your toilet paper in the solids container, located in the back part of the toilet, similar to where you would place it in a traditional toilet. If you choose to compost your toilet waste, ensure you use compostable toilet paper without any chemical additives. Please be aware that while all TROBOLO composting toilets can handle toilet paper perfectly fine, other models, especially those with stirring mechanisms, might not be suitable for this.

Is a composting toilet gross?

Composting toilets are not considered gross because since are odorless, hygienic, and easy to clean. You never come in direct contact with the waste, and because solid and liquid waste are kept separate, the emptying process is much cleaner compared to chemical toilets or dry toilets without a separating insert. Additionally, as there is no water involved, you never face issues such as clogging, leaking, or overflowing.

Can you use a composting toilet in the winter?

Composting toilets are suitable for use in winter, provided they are made from appropriate materials and do not contain any mechanical parts that can freeze or be damaged by the cold. Our composting toilets TROBOLO WandaGO and WandaGO Lite are completely weather-proof, ensuring year-round usability, including in winter. You can confidently leave them outside during rainy, hailing, or snowy conditions without any concern. No parts are susceptible to weather damage, even in sub-zero temperatures.

Can a composting toilet handle diarrhea?

Diarrhea is not an issue when using composting toilets. Our composting toilets are designed to effectively manage all types of toilet waste with ease, even diarrhea. With all solid waste, including diarrhea, directed into the inlay of the solids container, there's no risk of spills or mess. Just ensure you cover it with enough litter for proper drying and odor control.