The dried waste is removed from the toilet in a basket, having spent roughly two years in the system drying out. The inert and odourless dry waste is transferred in the baskets, using the precaution of gloves, into a secondary composting process to allow the waste to be composted fully. This generally takes the form of a compost bin dedicated to the waste. This bin will, over time, produce compost which should only be used on non-edible vegetation. However, the reality is, that the compost bin will fill up very slowly and therefore will not need emptying for a considerable time.