Duke Farms in New York Times
Duke Farms, in Hillsborough, NJ, installed three Clivus M54 Trailhead units within the last year in order to provide public restroom facilities at the 2,740-acre estate. According to a recent New York Times article that features the farm, “the estate has 22 miles of trails winding past fountains, lagoons and sculptures; 810 acres of woodlands; and 464 acres of a grassland bird habitat” and is home to “30 endangered species and 230 varieties of birds.”
The farm will re-open to the public on May 19, 2012. The mission of the farm is to teach visitors to “be good stewards of the environment” and the Clivus composting toilet systems were purchased because they fit with the organization’s mission and because the restrooms provide remote facilities.