Bunker housing Sanitation for People And Food Animals

by Carlyn
(Tacoma, WA. USA)

What kind of sanitation system would one have to put in place in an underground bunker, for both humans and food animals? I was wondering if one could put a fermentation tank in the ground in the furthest corner of the bunker for this purpose. Of course it would have to be equipped with an air-tight screw on lid, in order to prevent air-borne smells and viruses. Any ideas out there? Contact: Carlyn3676{at}live(dot)com

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Apr 08, 2015
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by: Karla G. Hernandez

I would be glad to recommend the post for its quality content. Nice post.


Jan 02, 2012
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re: Fake O-H Tool shed.
by: Carlyn

Naha, Anyone is free to use this idea to disguise any outlet of their choice or even just make an extra bathroom out in the fields during plow time. :)

Dec 31, 2011
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re:Tank-Lid Comment
by: Carlyn

No, venting odor isn't going to be problem for us. Our Bunker will be (on property we own) located in the middle of a square-mile plot of land covered with trees and vegetation; How ever if one doesn't have the option of a large piece of Land, build a Fake Out-House (tool-shed) next to the vent outlet. People will just think that's where the odor is coming from. by the time they discover the truth you can either distract them or just shoot em', depending on the situation.

***** Karen Sez *****
Ahah, you've thought of everything...excellent. :-) Maybe I should not post this in case it'll be giving away any secrets...??

Dec 31, 2011
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Tank Lid
by: Carlyn

Of-course the fermentation tank would have an Outdoor Release valve just for that gas build up problem.

With the addition of saw-dust and straw; One has to add composting enzymes to the tank also.

Don't you think that would take care of the problem of gas-explosions? LoL :D

***** Karen Sez *****
Whew! There - proof that I've got lots to learn about underground bunker sanitation. Only problem is...wouldn't the smell, vented to the outside, give away your location, or is that not a consideration?

Dec 30, 2011
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underground bunker sanitation.
by: Anonymous

Back during the 60s there was always the threat of war (we thought) and the fad was to build bomb shelters. There were publications back then so with today's technology, I'm SURE they've made advancements in that part of the "fad" if I may call it that. In our lives today, in my opinon, there are MORE threats than just war... it's advanced to an even greater level so search the internet with the words I used in the Comment Title of this post as a start.

You could also check Mother Earth News website and see what they have, since that's the place we all went to back in the 60s.. it was a real and tangible magazine like it is today but today you can get it on DVDs... every issue from the past too... I have em all on 4 or 5 discs.

HTHs...
Becca
Yeah... I'm a "closet hippy". :)

***** Karen Sez *****
Good job. Gotta say, when the poster mentioned a screw-on airtight seal to the fermentation tank, I was envisioning explosions of said tank from the pressure of the fermentation gases... Yeesh, that'd definitely be one part of a bunker system you'd want to get RIGHT the first time...!

Thanks for the tip.

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