Posts Tagged ‘self-contained system’

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Ninigret Park 2016 playground upgrades

Over the past few years the town of Charlestown, RI, has been making capital improvements to Ninigret Park to promote the importance of outdoor activity.  The 227-acre facility is home to several soccer and athletic fields, tennis courts, a nature center, a bike path and racing circuit, playgrounds, a sky observatory, a large dog park, […]

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  

YES ON 6: Support RI’s ecology and economy!

Question 6 is designed to protect Rhode Island’s beautiful, natural resources while preserving, and increasing, the tourism that bolsters the state’s economy.  By using grants funded through the Green Economy Bond city, town, and state parks can provide and maintain environmentally friendly infrastructures that support facilities for tourists.  Clivus New England’s composting toilet systems have long been used in […]

Crane Beach Opens Sustainable Bathhouse!

123► Crane Beach in Ipswich, MA has been a landmark in the coastal Northeast for close to a century. Families have flocked to this gorgeous beach for decades. Operated and maintained by The Trustees of the Reservations as a recreation spot, it is also a conservation area that serves as the home of a wildlife […]

Point Judith Country Club’s new restroom is right on par!

Point Judith Country club in Narragansett, RI was in search of an environmentally friendly restroom solution to accommodate their members while out on the golf course.  Clivus New England furnished a C-11 Trailhead unit that requires minimal site disturbance and yields zero waste product discharge to protect this remote conservation area. NOW is the time […]