You are correct . is a plastic rectangular box.
I use this on my float trips down the Deschutes river.
Spray the inside with Pam before the trip and then add some water with
Pinesol works as well as the chemicals you can pick up in most sportsman's
stores . or Wal-mart for that matter . look in the RV toilet section.
The Dechutes has a cleaning system at Heritage landing called a SCAT machine
that will clean out the ECO-safe toilet . or a bucket for that matter.
The ECO - Safe toilet system has it better over most other systems including
a bucket with a gamma seal lid in that it
1) Fits in a Rocket Ammo Box to protect it and help keep it from
tipping over from use. I have two rocket boxes . one for the tank and
another for the toilet lid that I put extra toilet paper, Pine-sol or other
deodorant in . handy wipes . gloves for handling the tank .. Etc.
2) The lids are very secure and easy to put on and off .. note you
really only need to remove the large center lid during the trip.
3) The system DOES also come with hose and instructions so you could
take it to a regular (not SCAT machine) waste Dump station and hook it up to
it (same sort of station you would take your RV to dump the waste). That
is what the "second" smaller lid or opening is for . to hook the cleaning
hose up to the tank for an RV dump station.
4) When I pack the toilet back up for the last ride out of the river .
I add more pine-sol to it and a bit more water . then as I head through the
rapids the agitation helps prepare it for a good clean at the SCAT station.
Hope this helps .
Answered on 4/22/2013 by Anonymous