Camping toilets are now commonplace in the United States and many other countries.
But in India, camping toilets have been in short supply for years.
A number of factors, including poor infrastructure and the slow pace of construction, have hindered the installation and use of the new, more durable toilets.
As a result, most of India’s campsites are built in old wooden pallets that are made from wood.
Toilets in India are not always easy to use.
The new toilets, however, can be built with ease and are not difficult to install.
There are four basic types of camping toilets.
The basic type has a wooden or rubber base and is built for a small toilet.
It can be used in small spaces, such as a single tent, but is not suitable for a larger tent or a large family.
An alternative type is a single toilet that has a metal frame and can be placed in any small space.
For most campsites, the new toilet is made of stainless steel, which is lighter and does not absorb odors.
Many campsites have an old wooden or steel base for camping toilets that is hard to clean, especially in hot weather.
Other campsites do not have the luxury of a campfire.
Toilet installations are often made in a fire pit or on a wood fire.
Campers are required to take out their own garbage and dispose of the material inside the toilet.
This can create a problem if a tent, tent tent pad or fire pit is not in place.
If a toilet is left unattended, it can get hot, causing the toilet to catch fire and set fire to other parts of the campground.
In some places, camping bathrooms are located in the middle of the grounds.
This type of toilets is not designed to handle heavy loads, so many campsites use a small, metal bench to clean their toilets.
A second type of camping toilet has a removable base that can be hung from a wall.
The base is not attached to the tent, and can also be moved around.
It can be useful for moving toilets that are not attached.
Piles of garbage, rubbish and other materials can also get lodged in the base, causing problems for camping.
Toilets that are in a different location may not be usable due to the size of the waste, which can create the appearance of a landfill.
Some camping toilets are built into the sides of walls.
Campsites built in this way have to be set up at least a few days before the camp.
The size of each toilet is dictated by the size and weight of the structure.
To make a toilet for a large camp, the tent or tent pad needs to be larger than the base.
When building a camp, campers often need to remove the old toilet from the ground to install the new one.
This is not always feasible because it may damage the base and/or the wood used for the base if it is not removed from the site quickly.
Because of this, some campsites still use wooden camping toilets and sometimes they have to move toilet trailers from one site to another to accommodate the size changes.