New Projects

Binion Creek Boat Ramp – Tuscaloosa, AL

Tuscaloosa Clivus Multrum TrailheadAs the first park in the State of Alabama to install a Clivus Multrum composting toilet the Tuscaloosa County Parks & Recreation Authority have a note-worthy restroom.  The building stands at the parking area for a the Binion Creek Boat Ramp which offers a multi-lane boat launch, ample parking and floating courtesy docks.

One M54 Trailhead Two-Stall serves 44,000 visits a year and uses no water at all to do so.

The building was delivered as a kit and assembled on site. A custom mason finish was added to three walls to suit the location.

Hershey Links

kit composting toilet building at Hershey LinksPart of the Hershey Golf Collection, Hershey Links is 175 acres of traditional links style golf in Hummelstown, PA. Since it’s opening in 2007 the course has won awards from a number of sources from Golf Magazine to the Zagat Survey.

The new  M54 Trailheads are located on the 6th and 14th holes. They were delivered as kits and assembled and appointed on site. Both Foam-flush toilets and waterless urinals are available to ensure golfers’ comfort.

The Course has made arrangements with Clivus Multrum for regular maintenance visits from a local contractor.

The Beacon Institute’s Center for Environmental Innovation and Education

The Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries flagship facility has 2 commercial-sized compost systems in conjunction with 3 foam-flush toilets that serve staff and visitors.

The LEED registered, 4,000 square foot former brick factory hosts the Rivers and Estuaries Observatory Network’s river observatory.

*Winner of SARANY Award of Merit in the category of Rehabilitation/Remodeling.

Albany Pine Bush Preserve

The Albany Pine Bush Preserve covers 3,000 acres of rare, inland pine barrens within the New York State Capitol Region. This new free-standing bathroom is located adjacent to the Preserve’s Discovery Center, which is designed to LEED Silver standards.

The bathroom is intended for trail users and for use during the Center’s off-hours.

Two Foam-flush toilet fixtures are associated with one large composting unit.

It will be highlighted in the Preserve’s school tours.

Southface Institute’s Eco-Office

Southface Institute’s new Eco-Office serves as the headquarters for the green building advocates (and USGBC Chapter organization) and as a showcase for commercial green building technology.

Two foam-flush toilets and one waterless urinal connected to a commercial-sized compost system serve the office staff and are to be featured on tours of the facility.

The LEED registered building is located in busy, downtown Atlanta.