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Two times three makes four - or: Be Pippi, not Annika!

This quote clearly applies to Svenja, who we are meeting up with today for a phone call. The friendly and open-minded Rhinelander is one of our first Kildwick customers and someone who also first

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Allotment Garden Wars

Who doesn’t know them from TV? The dubious shows with images of warring neighbors along a garden fence ... But that’s not what we want to write about in this article.

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A pioneer of the dry toilet

Many of us mainly know Friedensreich Hundertwasser in connection with his extravagant, colourful pictures and exceptionally designed buildings.

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Just say THANKS!

Dear Kildwick Fans, anyone who has ever started their own business might know a thing or two about the sheer amount of work and problems that have come our way in the past weeks and months.

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Interview with Heidi and Bernd

Today we meet Heidi and Bernd, both in their prime, as well as their delightfully lively wire-haired dachshund Willi. For over 30 years the two (or three of them) have spent their weekends in their

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The right toilet paper

No matter whether you call a toilet, a dry toilet or even both your own - nothing works without toilet paper.

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Let´s talk about, 1 camper, 5 people, 16 days using the Kildwick separating toilet

Five fearless camping fans tour the south of England for a good two weeks. On board the camper van: the DIY version of the Kildwick separating toilet.

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How to create a compost pile correctly

If you have the opportunity to compost, then you should definitely do it. A compost pile isn’t too much work, and furthermore an incredible supplier of great free humus.

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Fiberglass vs. Polystyrene Inserts

We have received many, many inquiries over the last few weeks. Thanks very much for that! Each of your questions helps us and ultimately you and all of our other customers.

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The right litter

Good circumstances in your solid container are characterized by the fact that moisture is optimally bound, no odours develop and vermin are not attracted. The selection of the right litter is

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