Hey Kevin, look into the book reviews, or better yet read the author’s book, or just review the website. The fellow is very humorous and down to earth, and has been recycling waste to greatly improve his garden for well over 20 years. Using this system will make your land richer year after year, our current practices strip nutrients out of the land and throw them away, generally into surface waters, otherwise into ground water.
He breaks down all the do’s and dont’s, it’s a solid process well worth studying. Hot composting, 2 year cycle breaks all pathogen chains, and provides great nutrient recycling, a tremendous simplification and solution to plumbing and waste disposal.
If a person doesn’t want to ever have to call a plumber again, or deal with septic trucks, or planning authorities about septic fields, or worry about contaminating ground water, this is the solution to building a cabin or new home. (Never mind cut your water bill / requirements to just a small fraction of a flush toilet house)…
It’s true that the practice in Asia of using raw sewage on agricultural crops is a very poor practice with obvious risks.
It’s a concept foreign to our traditions, but well worth considering. Not much different from how we gladly embrace the use of cow manure.