With the old restrooms and septic system nearing their end of life the Trustees sought to rebuild using state of the art, environmentally friendly technology. After 15 years of planning and researching they recently demolished the vintage bathhouse to make way for a more sustainable, eco-compatible building. The new bathhouse will enclose a zero-discharge Clivus composting waste treatment system that will protect the surrounding conservation lands from harmful nutrients while reducing fresh water usage and waste. Plant life and wildlife alike will benefit from the absence of nitrogen commonly found in toilet waste that can be detrimental to their delicate ecosystems.
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