Do you need to site a dry composting toilet cabin on your community garden, allotment, golf or sports club?
Anywhere that is used by the public and has no internal or external sanitary facilities will not attract the same amount of interest and attendance that will be generated by sites that do have them.
Dry composting toilets (also called biological or waterless toilets) are systems that treat human excrement through biological processes, turning it into organic compost material that can be used to fertilise the soil. They are small-scale, complete sewage processing systems not connected to the mains sewage system.
Our dry composting toilet cabins are suitable for any situation, having a ‘Secured by Design rating’ as well as being fireproof; they are especially suitable in problem areas where there has been a history of vandalism or theft.
To avoid the need and expense of laying water and sewage pipework on your site, the practical solution would be to fit a dry composting toilet unit.
Many allotment societies and golf clubs the length and breadth of the UK have installed them, either as small toilet cabins or full disabled units, some with additional secure tool sheds.
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