Chemical Toilets are mostly waterless toilets. Non Formaldehyde chemicals are added as de-odourising agents.
A chemical toilet collects human excreta in a holding tank and uses chemicals to minimize odors. These toilets are usually, but not always, self-contained and movable. A chemical toilet is structured around a relatively small tank, which needs to be emptied frequently. It is not connected to a hole in the ground (like a pit latrine), nor to a septic tank, nor is it plumbed into a municipal system leading to a sewage treatment plant.When the tank is emptied, the contents are usually pumped into a sanitary sewer or directly to a treatment plant.