Reserves

Nature reserves are not only for bird watchers and walkers but may also be visited by school parties for whom toilet facilities are essential. Very busy reserves might benefit from a new toilet system we designed for Richmond Park instead of the twin vault composters shown below.

Some examples of NatSol toilets on nature reserves:-

Lockerbie Wildlife Trust

Compost toilet for Eskrigg Nature Reserve
Site:Eskrigg Nature Reserve
Location:Eskrigg
Building/Toilet Type:Standard Timber/Full Access
Description:Our standard full access compost toilet for this nature reserve. Installed to a high standard by McAlpine PLC.
Installed date: July 2016

Toilets for Natural England National Nature Reserve

Hatfield Moors Nature Reserve Toilets
Site:Humberhead Peatlands
Location:Doncaster
Building/Toilet Type:Standard Metal/Full Access
Description:Two Full Access toilets with metal buildings for a nature reserve open to the public. These toilets will operate all year round as there is no freezing risk.
Installed date: April 2015

Ecology Visitor Centre

Ecology Centre, Kinghorn
Site:The Ecology Centre, Kinghorn
Location:Kinghorn, Fife, Scotland
Building/Toilet Type:Customer Designed/Full Access
Description:A waterless twin vault composting toilet for a remote location at this site
Installed date: August 2014

Eco toilet for the People's Trust for Endangered Species

Site:Sandpit Close, Wooton Ridge
Location:Ryde, Isle of Wight
Building/Toilet Type:Customer Designed/Full Access
Description:A woodland reserve of significant conservation value. The toilet is for conservation volunteers. The picture shows the site under preparation. PTES constructed their own timber building.
Installed date: April 2014

Probably our most remote compost toilet

Natsol compost toilet on Handa island
Site:Handa Island
Location:Scotland
Building/Toilet Type:Customer Designed/Full Access
Description:This toilet serves bird watchers on a remote island off the NW coast of Scotland. The architect for the building was David Somerville. Delivery was via the small ferry to the island.
Installed date: August 2012

Eco toilets for nature reserve in Lancashire

Compost toilets at the Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, Lancashire
Site:Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre
Location:Burscough, Lancashire
Building/Toilet Type:Customer Designed/Full Access
Description:Two waterless eco toilets for a busy visitor site with a high water table. NatSol supplied all the composting toilet kit components and the centre provided the building.
Installed date: March 2012

A composting toilet on a wildlife site in Cornwall

Gaia Trust compost toilet, Cornwall
Site:Gaia Trust Wildlife Conservation Site
Location:Wadebridge
Building/Toilet Type:Standard Timber/Full Access
Description:This toilet provides the public and conservation volunteers with an all year round facility requiring very little maintenance.
Installed date: January 2012
"I would like to say that from my point of view I have been extremely impressed with NatSol both in my dealings with you over the telephone and also in the quality of the materials and instructions provided - they are amongst the best I have used. I would not hesitate to recommend both you and your products to anyone." ME - Contractor

A toilet for a bird reserve In Montgomeryshire

Natsol compost toilet at Coed y Dinas, Welshpool
Site:Coed y Dinas Nature Reserve
Location:Welshpool
Building/Toilet Type:Standard Timber/Full Access
Description:This toilet provides a much needed facility for school parties and other visitors to this bird reserve managed by Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust. NatSol is a corporate member of MWT and this is the second toilet supplied to them.
Installed date: October 2009

Two toilets for the tidal island of Hilbre

Mayor opening natsol compost toilets on Hilbre Island
Site:Hilbre Island
Location:The Wirral
Building/Toilet Type:Standard Timber/Full Access
Description:The official opening of two fully accessible toilets on a very sensitive site.

Hilbre is a Local Nature Reserve within a Site of Special Scientific Interest, a Special Protection Area, a Wetland of International Importance, a candidate Special Area of Conservation and a Regionally Important Geological and Geomorphological Site.

Our waterless toilets were chosen mainly because of their low environmental impact.
Installed date: February 2008