My uncle was involved in some capacity with decomming mountaintop AT&T signal stations. These were built in the 60s, 70s, back when composting toilets weren’t a thing - but union/workplace reqs required you have facilities for workers.
So AT&T contracted with this company down in Texas to build toilets that could incinerate feces and urine via electricity, as the only thing they have a lot of at these relay stations is power. Thus was born the Incinolet. My uncle wandered off with a couple of these - no one actually wanted used incinerating toilets, except my uncle, who is a magpie and will also do similar things with laser equipment and MIG engines.
Anyhow, he installs his new incinerating toilet at various offices of his various startups. The toilets were designed to be maintainable by telecom technicians, because those’d be the only people onsite at AT&T sometimes for months. So, field-repairable.
But my uncle is also possessed of…