Natures Head

Published date: July 14, 2011
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

I did not like the Port-a- potty in the M26 anymore than in my RV. After a year of looking around I found a product called Natures Head -A composting, liquid separating head.. The installation was straight forward and took only a few hours to complete. I wired the electrical into the lead going into the Head light fixture and ran the Vent pipe through the cabin top window into a mushroom vent. I have used it on a four day trip and am very satisfied. No smells and you empty the compost every 60 uses (no smell). The liquid bottle was half full so I should get a week out of it. I purchased a second bottle for longer trips.

Published by: flyboy26m

Model Year: 2010
Photo Caption: Vent Run

Before hiding wires and vent pipe placement


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