A traditional toilet is connected to a plumbing system, which includes a network of pipes that transport water and waste. The toilet is connected to the water supply and drain lines, and it uses water to flush waste through the drain lines and into the sewer or septic system. It is not possible to install a toilet without using plumbing.
However, there are alternative toilets, such as composting toilets, which do not rely on a traditional plumbing system to function. Composting toilets use natural processes to break down waste, and do not require a connection to a sewer or septic system. They use a combination of evaporation, ventilation, and microorganisms to break down the waste. These toilets are typically used in remote locations or in areas where conventional plumbing is not available. They are also used in cases where the soil is not suitable for a septic system and in some eco-friendly buildings.
It’s important to note that even if you’re using an alternative toilet, it still needs to comply with local building codes and regulations. It’s always best to check with your local building department before installing any type of toilet, to ensure that it meets the requirements and to avoid any problems.