Long before our complex pipe system was invented and the sewerage treatment plants came into effect, people used to dig up multiple holes in the ground and use them as lavatories. There was no controlled sanitation system that had been put in place as yet. It was later upgraded to a form of the seat that was made up of a wooden plank with a hole cut in the middle, these toilets date back to the fourteenth century B.C. Some of the toilets were later given clay pots that were regularly cleaned instead of standing above a deep hole in the ground. It, however, took them some time before they realized there was a need for privacy and this is how they started putting up walls to cover the toilet as opposed to placing the toilets in bushes that are far from their residential areas.
In the modern-day, we have a complex network of pipes fitted into almost every home collecting waste from all connected lavatories. These pipes lead everything down through the mainlines to the sewerage treatment plant where the water and waste undergo a series of specified treatments after which the purified water is then released back into the water system for re-use.
Now when the pipe system was implemented in the Victorian era, much like today a lot of areas such as work stations and farm areas far from the city centre still had no access to the luxury of the modern sanitary system. These are the people for which Comfort Loos has aimed at providing with dignified sanitation systems that are portable and need not be connected to any sewer lines.
Portable toilets are sanitary systems that are not built into any [...]