Posts Tagged ‘economic development’

Old Saybrook Parks add sustainable amenities

Clark Community Park

After polling the residents of Old Saybrook and finding they wanted sustainable amenities at their parks, the Town applied for and received funds from the Small Town Economic Assistance Program (STEAP). The STEAP grant was used to install Clivus composting toilet systems in two town parks: Clark Community Park at the playing fields and playground, […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

Farmington Canal Heritage Rail Trail – Run, Ride, Relieve

Visitors to the recently upgraded rail trail parking area in Cheshire, CT are pleased to find newly installed Clivus restrooms that are clean, accessible, odor free, and convenient!   Guests can bike longer, walk farther, and run greater distances knowing there will be sanitary public facilities waiting for them!   Click for printable case study