News from Clivus

Waltham parks prolong outdoor activity with composting toilets

Over the years the City of Waltham has been the multi-recipient of various Community Block Grants, and has used these funds to improve the infrastructure of its parks with composting restrooms. In our current circumstances it is very important to get the public out and about in fresh air. With appropriate sanitary facilities residents and […]

Camp Plymouth State Park, Vermont

Composting restroom interior

Camp Plymouth State Park is a camping and recreation area in Vermont. Daily, the park sees hundreds of campers and daytime visitors who want to enjoy all the amenities: hiking, cycling, swimming, boating, and even horse camping! The State of Vermont recognized that their visitors needed extra restrooms, but did not want much disruption to […]

Kraine Meadow Park makes Capital Improvements thru LWCF Grant

Pavilion at Kraine Meadow Park

The Town of Moultonborough, NH recently made much desired upgrades to its public recreation area at Kraine Meadow Park.  Since the generous donation of 16 acres of land in 1977 by Peter and Rose Kraine, the park has been transformed by playing fields,  tennis and basketball courts, volleyball pits, and children’s playgrounds.  Many of these […]

YMCA Camp Belknap adds Clivus Composting System

YMCA Camp Belknap is a boys camp founded in 1903 in Mirror Lake, NH on Lake Winnipesaukee. After a century of growth, it was time to look into upgrades with sustainability in mind. Following the reconfiguration and expansion of the Juniors Division cabin area, a new bathhouse was built to round out the renovations. Camp […]

Haverhill High School

The sports fields at Haverhill High School are a good distance from the school, making it difficult for athletes and spectators to reach a restroom. Oftentimes the school is locked during after-hours games, leaving visitors with no option at all. Recent renovations and upgrades to the fields provided the perfect time to add a restroom to […]

WRWA: Protecting the Westport Watershed

Since 1976 Westport River Watershed Alliance (WRWA) has been committed to the preservation and protection of the Westport Watershed and the coastal environment shared by its surrounding communities in MA and RI. Upon acquiring the historic Head Garage as its intended headquarters and education center, WRWA knew that necessary renovations must include sustainable technologies, especially […]

Jamestown Stimulates Tourism with Restrooms

Tourism and retail are the “bread and butter” of many cities and towns.  Providing for the comfort of visitors ensures they will contribute to local commerce by prolonging their tours. Jamestown, RI, recognizes the benefit of tourist dollars and has recently added a Clivus restroom to the busy, scenic park at Taylor Point. No water, […]

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

The Squam Lakes Natural Science Center (SLNSC) in Holderness, NH, was founded in 1966, and since then visitation has grown to 61,000 annually.  With hiking trails, gardens, playground, animal preserve and zoo, interactive exhibits, environmental education, and lake cruises it is easy to find something to interest everyone.  With the growth of the center the need […]

Doyle Community Park & Center – The Trustees of Reservations

The Trustees of Reservations planned to expand their headquarters at the Doyle Conservation Center in Leominster, MA. Their vision was to construct a 14,000-square-foot “green” building to house office space for 38 staff members, incorporating a conference and auditorium facility for 125 people. However, they were faced with a local sewer moratorium which prohibited the […]

Warwick City Park loves Clivus composting toilets!

Warwick City Park encompasses 160 acres and is home to miles of trails, ball fields, an inline skating rink, an RC car track, and various playgrounds.  There are even salt water beaches and an outdoor concert area.  With so much to do you can easily while away the hours!  Visitors can now make the most of […]