The cost of running a set of public toilets is sometimes prohibitive for a local community. The costs of regular cleaning, utilities and maintenance all act to make it difficult to justify their operation.
Waterless toilets are perfect for locations which are more remote from mainstream sites but still have a regular requirement for a toilet. Typical examples would be busy footpaths, car parks, monuments and bird watching sites.
By using good old Mother Nature to break down the deposits and a robust design to withstand the elements, our waterless toilets have proven themselves in over 500 locations across Europe.
Waterless toilets use two approaches to breaking down matter – either air dried or using worms. The right choice for you will depend on the situation and the likely number of visitors to the area.
The cost of running a waterless toilet is a fraction of the cost of a full public toilet and while it does not provide running water for washing, nor a heated seat, it is a facility that will be available when the need arises.