Posts Tagged ‘recycle’

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 […]

Cities promote healthful lifestyle with Clivus

Slater Park C-11s

After years of using unsightly portable restrooms visitors to historic Slater Park in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, now have beautiful Clivus restrooms.  The City of Waltham, Massachusetts, also realized that their Prospect Hill Park pavilion guests could benefit from more appealing facilities. Not only are the restrooms clean, sanitary, and odor-free, they are engineered to protect […]

Clivus New England appears on NECN!!

Foam-flush at Doyle Center

Tune in Monday, September 10, at 9pm to New England Cable News (NECN) to see our interview with correspondent Alysha Palumbo.  Filmed on site at one of Clivus New England’s premier installations, the Doyle Community Park & Center in Leominster, MA,  you can view a working Nepon foam-flush toilet and see firsthand how efficiently and […]

US Forest Service builds LEED sustainable headquarters

US Forest Service White Mtn. HQ

In an effort to reduce its carbon footprint and increase its sustainability and energy efficiency, the US Forest Service decided to consolidate three regional offices of the Pemigewasset Ranger District. With an eye on achieving a minimum US Green Building Council (USGBC) Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) rating of Silver, the architect incorporated […]

East Matunuck Beach Pavilion construction well under way!

Eastern view from lifeguard tower (1)

Clivus New England, Inc., is proud to be a part of the new sustainable bathhouse pavilion at East Matunuck Beach in South Kingstown, RI.  RI DEM hopes to achieve a minimum of USGBC LEED Silver status.  The new pavilion is replacing the 30+ year old cinder block building constructed in the 1970s. Various types of […]

Appalachian Mountain Club Opens LEED Registered Bathhouse at Gorman Chairback Lodge

For over 130 years the AMC has been committed to conservation and recreation throughout New England and elsewhere.  As part of its Maine Woods Initiative the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) is dedicated to protecting over 100,000 acres while creating sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities throughout Maine. Recently the AMC acquired a sporting camp in the Maine […]