Separett Villa 9215 AC/DC Toilet Comprehensive Review 

Thinking about moving into an off-grid tiny home, but concerned about how you’ll go to the bathroom? The Separett Villa 9215 might be the cutting-edge toilet that you have always dreamed about.Afbeelding met serviesgoed, tafelgerei

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 It looks like a regular lavatory, but doesn’t need any water and with a urine-separating system it composts your liquids which you can use for gardening. With AC as well as DC powering, it can be used for off-grid living, camping, a cabin, or a tiny house. The options are endless with this toilet that I will be reviewing today. 

What is the Separett Villa 9215

In this article, the The Separett Villa 9215 will be reviewed. It is a toilet that uses a urine-separating system to compost solids, making it a sustainable option for off-grid living, camping, tiny houses, or cabins. Its compact size and adaptable power sources make it a practical choice for those looking for a comfortable and environmentally-friendly toilet.

The urine-separating system diverts liquids from solids, which are collected in a separate bin. The toilet is made entirely of recyclable materials and consumes very little electricity, making it an eco-friendly option. Its composting process occurs outside of the toilet, allowing the bin to store more waste without needing organic materials to support the composting process. The toilet requires minimal maintenance and does not consume any water, eliminating the need for flushing. Read along to learn more about this product!

Separett Villa 9215 Review

This product by Separett has many interesting features and is a very practical option for your tiny house or RV. With its compact size it is easy to find a good spot to place the toilet in your accommodation. 

Assuming that you know how to use a toilet, I will elaborate more on what makes this product special. First of all, its urine-separating system is very practical. The liquids are separated from the solids through a hose. This hose needs to lead out of your house into a drainage system or in a tank, otherwise things might get messy. The solids are collected in a separate bin. 

The lavatory is completely made out of polypropylene and all materials of which it consists can be recycled. It also has a vent fan which helps to prevent any odors and helps with drying the solids. It consumes 0.06 kWh in 24 hours which is practically nothing. 

This model has adaptors for as well AC as DC support. AC is standard in US households, but if you live remotely and don’t have access to this, it can also run on a battery or solar energy. 

Moreover the toilet is very sustainable as it doesn’t use water, benefiting the environment and saving you money. Most toilets use a significant amount of water but this product eliminates the need for water. 

Most odors come from urine but this product diverts the urine immediately. The fact that the urine is separated from the solid waste also helps to prevent any possible odors. 

The composting process doesn’t happen in the toilet but once the waste bag is taken out and taken into a compost bin. This means you can store more waste in the bin, as you don’t need any organic materials to support the composting process. 

Thus, the product is smaller than most toilets yet it can contain more waste than many other models. 

How does The Separett Villa work?

The lavatory is shipped in a box where all parts are contained within the toilet. The top can be lifted and will be locked automatically. There are two locks installed that will keep the lid up, so it doesn’t fall down once you lifted it. 

The locks are yellow and will come out automatically. To unlock them, softly push them upwards and the lid can come down again. In the package there are also ten compostable bags included. The solids will fall into the waste bin. 

Make sure you place a bag in the bin before you’re using it. The bag with waste can be taken out easily once you lift the top lid. 

The toilet comes with an instruction manual. As you have to lead the urine away from your toilet to a greywater, tank or other drainage system, it might be a bit hard to install depending on your construction skills, especially because you’re going to have to cut a hole in the wall in order to lead the liquids away.

Once it is ready for use, the toilet barely needs maintenance. A family of four people who use it regularly should empty the bin every two to free weeks, depending on the intensity of use, naturally. 

This product doesn’t consume any water at all, as you don’t have to flush it after using it. The worst smells in toilets come from urine mixing with feces. Thanks to the fact that this is separated and with the additional ventilation system there shouldn’t be any bad smells coming out of the toilet, yet after a couple of weeks it is very possible that some smells come out. 

It still remains a toilet and whether you like it or not it should be cleaned from time to time. Important for this toilet, is to sit all the way back. If you’re sitting too much to the front, it might be possible that you’re going to have to put on gloves to clear the way to the urine part. 

For all our male readers, I have an unfortunate announcement to make: Everyone must sit down to urinate on this toilet. Otherwise, the urine will mix with the feces. 


  • Waterless design
  • Urine-separating system
  • Ventilation system 
  • Both AC and DC adaptors


Is it difficult to install the toilet?

The installation process of the toilet might be a bit challenging. You will have to cut a hole in the wall or connect the hose to a drainage system in another way. This could be difficult if you’re not that handy with tools etc. However, a instruction manual is provided with clear guidelines on how to install the toilet properly. 

How often do I need to empty the composting bin?

The frequency of doing this depends naturally on the intensity of use. A family of four should empty it about every two to three weeks. The use of compostable bags is highly recommended, otherwise you’re going to have to clean the bin by yourself, which doesn’t sound like fun exercise. 

Can it be installed in a shower space or tiny bathroom?

This is not recommended. If the water from the shower comes in direct contact with the solids this would inhibit the drying process and stimulate odors. 

Separett Villa 9215 Pros and Cons


  • Eco-friendly
  • Versatile as it can run on AC and DC power
  • Compact size 
  • 5 year warranty
  • Low maintenance 


  • Expensive 
  • Quite heavy 
  • You have to sit down at all times

Seperatt Villa 9215 Alternatives  

Toilet shopping isn’t the most fun kind of shopping, in my opinion, yet looking at different options that will live up to your needs is not a bad idea. Some time ago I wrote a review on the Nature’s Head Self-Contained Composting Toilet, which you can find here

This toilet also uses a urine-separating system and doesn’t require any water. It’s designed for off-grid living, camping, boats, and RVs. The solid waste is collected in a compost bin, which can be emptied and composted. It’s also made of high-quality materials and has a low-maintenance design.

Another alternative is this model by Sun-Mar. This lavatory is another waterless option that uses a composting system to treat waste. It features a high-capacity drum that collects and composts the waste, along with a ventilation system that helps to control odors. It’s also easy to install and maintain. 

These two models offer similar features and benefits to the Separett Villa 9215, including eco-friendliness, low-maintenance designs, and ease of use. It’s worth considering each option to determine which one is best for your specific needs and situation. 

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, the Separett Villa 9215 is a cutting-edge toilet that offers comfort and sustainability without using any water. Its urine-separating system, adaptable power sources, and compact size make it a practical and eco-friendly option for off-grid living, camping, tiny houses, or cabins. 

If you’re looking for an environmentally-friendly and practical toilet, the Separett Villa 9215 is a great choice. By choosing this toilet, you’re not only reducing your environmental impact but also saving money in the long run. So, why not make a small investment that will make a big difference? Consider purchasing the Separett Villa 9215 and start enjoying a sustainable and comfortable toilet experience! 

Review: Nature’s Head’s Self Contained Composting Toilet with Close Quarters Spider Handle Design | Tiny Living Life

The 4 Best Composting Toilets [update 2023] – Reviews & Buying Guide | Tiny Living Life

Edwin Dijkstra

Edwin Dijkstra

Hi, I'm Edwin. I'm a freelance marketer who loves to write content and am passionate about sustainability.
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