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    Ecoflo Water Management

    Waterless Public Toilets

    Ecoflo Wastewater Management offers a range of cetified waterless and microflush composting toilets to suit off-grid locations.

    These low maintenance commercial systems are capable of managing small to large numbers of visitors.

    Eco toilets for high volumes

    The range includes:

    Kazuba STK

    A self contained, watertight toilet system built from rugged, UV treated, medium density polyethylene

    • Evaporation system means waste can be reduced by up to 90%
    • Quick and easy to assemble and install
    • Simple to maintain

    Nature Loo Classic 1000

    The Classic 1000 offers a contemporary design with easy operation:

    • Approved in all states – Australian Standards 1546.2 certified
    • Package consists of pedestal and seat, 3 composting chambers, waste connecting chute, ventilation system, trolley and easy to follow installation and maintenance manual
    • Suitable for a capacity of 5-6 people on a permanent basis

    Sun-Mar Centrex 3000

    The  Centrex 3000 works on a continuous flow design to maximise its capacity and improve the composting process:

    • Ideal for people who prefer the look of a conventional pedestal and who feel the need to flush after using the toilet
    • Solar compatible
    • Package consists of white ceramic microflush pedestal and solid plastic seat, composting chamber, waste connecting chute, ventilation system, optional heater, and installation and maintenance manual
    • Australian Standards Certified
    • Suitable for regular usage of up to 8 people

    Waterless public toilets from Ecoflo are ideal for a range of public sites

    Ideal for:

    • Parks
    • Beaches
    • Golf courses
    • Nature reserves
    • Allotments
    • Leisure centres
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