Posts Tagged ‘onsite wastewater treatment’

Ninigret Park 2016 playground upgrades

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Over the past few years the town of Charlestown, RI, has been making capital improvements to Ninigret Park to promote the importance of outdoor activity.  The 227-acre facility is home to several soccer and athletic fields, tennis courts, a nature center, a bike path and racing circuit, playgrounds, a sky observatory, a large dog park, […]

Clivus answers the Living Building Challenge

Foam-flush Toilet

The “Living Building Challenge” is probably the most rigorous of the sustainable building protocols, and Clivus New England has what it takes to answer the water conservation challenge.  You can find Clivus waste treatment systems at three of Massachusetts’ newest LBC projects: Kellogg House at Williams College, Williamstown, MA; The Kern Center at Hampshire College, Amherst, MA; and […]

Wollaston Golf Club, Milton, MA

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Over the summer Wollaston Golf Club opened two new on-course comfort stations, much to the pleasure of its members.  The upscale restrooms were made possible with help from Clivus New England.  By using our composting technology the club avoided fairway-damaging septic systems and sewer hookups.  Hand sanitizers eliminates wastewater production from sinks.    

Crane Beach Opens Sustainable Bathhouse!

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123► Crane Beach in Ipswich, MA has been a landmark in the coastal Northeast for close to a century.   Families have flocked to this gorgeous beach for decades.  Operated and maintained by The Trustees of the Reservations as a recreation area, it is also a conservation area that serves as the home of a wildlife […]

Point Judith Country Club’s new restroom is right on par!

Point Judith CC

Point Judith Country club in Narragansett, RI was in search of an environmentally friendly restroom solution to accommodate their members while out on the golf course.  Clivus New England furnished a C-11 Trailhead unit that requires minimal site disturbance and yields zero waste product discharge to protect this remote conservation area. NOW is the time […]

Oxbow National Wildlife refuge

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wanted to provide visitors to Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge in Harvard, MA, with restroom facilities at an area with no running water but did not want to bring in portable toilets, especially ones that use chemicals.  So, just like Rachel Carson NWR before it, Oxbow installed a Clivus composting system […]

Crane Beach enters the age of sustainability

Vintage bathhouse at Crane Beach, Ipswich, Ma

Crane Beach in Ipswich, MA has been a landmark in the coastal Northeast for close to a century.   Operated and maintained by The Trustees of the Reservations as a recreation and conservation area, it is also the home of a wildlife refuge and the nesting grounds for the endangered piping plover. With the old restrooms […]

Ninigret Park in Charlestown, RI, gets Clivus!

3 C-11s at Ninigret soccer fields

Ninigret Park in Charlestown, RI, is certainly the place to be in the warmer months!  The park boasts several soccer and athletic fields, tennis courts, a nature center, a bike path, playgrounds, a sky observatory, and a large dog park.  Needless to say visitors are numerous! Recent improvements to the park, including four new restrooms, […]

Erving State Forest gets its first Clivus restrooms!

Single C-11 unit at Laurel Lake

Campers at the Laurel Lake Recreation Area and Campground located in Erving State Forest will find a refreshing change!  The decades-old, pit-privy toilets have been replaced with modern Clivus restrooms. In keeping with its mission statement to conserve and preserve, MA Dept. of Conservation and Recreation had three self-contained composting toilet systems installed at this […]

US Coast Guard Menemsha Station Rebuilt

Artist rendering of proposed new building

In 1952 the US Coast Guard moved the late-nineteenth-century Coast Guard house on Cuttyhunk Island to its Menemsha station on Martha’s Vineyard.  There the historical building remained until a devastating fire took it on July 12, 2010. The Coast Guard promised to rebuild, incorporating modern technologies into a building that remained true to the history […]