Grants Help Cities Promote Healthful Lifestyle with Clivus

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 the environment!

Prospect Hill C-11sThese Clivus New England, Inc., model C-11 composting systems use no water and require no sewer or septic system hookup. There is a built-in ventilation system in each composting unit that keeps the restrooms odor-free.  Since each unit is ADA approved there is plenty of space for individual use as well as family use.  printable case study


Slater Park C-11s

The new restrooms at Slater Park are located near the tennis courts and the Ten Mile River Greenway Bike Path; Prospect Hill Park has them atop the hill where various hiking trails culminate at a panoramic vista of Boston.  With comfort stations now available close by the cities hope to promote a more healthy, out-of-doors lifestyle to their residents and out of town visitors.  printable case study

Both cites were able to complete these park improvement projects with funding from HUD and/or Community Development Block Grants.