Maintaining an EcoLet

An outline of how to look after an EcoLet™ is given below. This is to give you an idea of what is involved and to assist you in making a decision on the ideal waterless composting toilet solution for your needs.

Daily or Weekly

  • Add 1 cup of bulking agent (we suggest hemp) to the toilet after every solid use.
  • Clean toilet fixture using only biodegradable cleaners.
  • Check the liquid level in the tube on the right-hand side of the system- if the liquid is evident in the tube turn the thermostat up one or two notches.
  • Give the compost pile a rake around with the manual mixing rake.

Emptying of Tray

  • When the compost pile reaches the same level as the top mixing arm the tray needs emptying. How often depends on frequency of use.
  • Disconnect the fluid indicator tube and pull the tray out of the toilet.
  • Once the tray has been emptied and waste disposed of (according to your local authority) replace the tray and reconnect fluid indicator tube.

All our composting toilet solutions come with a detailed maintenance and service guide and troubleshooting FAQ. In addition, we offer quality backup and support for the life of the systems and, with distributors around the country, prompt after-sales service and advice is assured. If you have any queries on the use or maintenance of your EcoLet™ please contact us.

EcoLet 55ai and 65ai Troubleshooting



In the spirit of reconciliation, Ecoflo Wastewater Management acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of this Country. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. 




Ecoflo was the first company in Australia to sell composting toilets certified to the rigorous quality testing of Australian Standards. If you want to be certain your composting toilet has adequate capacity and is safe, you need a waterless composting toilet certified to the tough performance criteria of AS/NZS 1546.2:2008.

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