Amenity Sites

We have two systems suitable for public parks and similar sites. The Full Access Composter is ideal for where use is relatively low and urine can be discharged to ground.  For busy sites we have the Zero Discharge system. This can take high levels of use, has zero discharge to ground and requires very little maintenance. See the Richmond Park and Hetland Garden Centre examples below.

Some examples of NatSol amenity site toilets:-

Waterless toilets at garden centre in Scotland

Hetland Garden Centre pedestal
Site:Hetland Garden Centre
Location:Carrutherstown, Dumfries and Galloway
Building/Toilet Type:Zero Discharge
Description:Hetland Garden Centre is expanding and needed toilets for a new building. There is no mains sewage connection and the centre had already reached its discharge limit under SEPA's rules. David Wilson, the owner, heard of the system we designed for Richmond Park and asked us to supply one for his business. There are four waterless toilet cubicles and two waterless urinals. The new facility is due to open for the summer of 2017.
Installed date: May 2017

New style waterless toilets for Richmond Park, London

Richmond park eco toilets
Site:Isabella Plantation
Location:Richmond Park, London
Building/Toilet Type:Zero Discharge
Description:NatSol was chosen to design a waterless toilet system for a new high use accessible facility. The toilets do not separate urine and the in-ground tanks are emptied 3 or 4 times a year by tanker. The toilets are ventilated via the specially designed stainless steel pedestals removing odour at source. The air is drawn through a biological odour filter developed by NatSol. The filter was included to ensure odour-free operation in an area sheltered by trees. Building design by Rees Bolter Architects.
Installed date: September 2014
“We’ve been really pleased with the results. My initial concerns were over smells and insect infestation - this has not happened. The cleaners are also okay with the toilets and they can get around them as quickly, if not quicker, than an ordinary toilet. So far I wouldn’t change anything on the NatSol system. It’s all looking very positive and a fairly simple system with very little that I can see going wrong in the future.” JS - The Royal Parks

Waterless and composting public park toilets

Site:Taffs Well
Location:Taffs Well, Rhondda, S Wales
Building/Toilet Type:Standard Metal/Full Access
Description:A waterless composting toilet with low maintenance requirement. This example has internal wipe down surfaces. It is situated near a bowling green and a thermal spring.
Installed date: September 2014

Accessible toilets for the central park in Bradford

Bowling Park waterless eco toilets
Site:Bowling Park
Location:Bradford
Building/Toilet Type:Standard Metal/Full Access
Description:These two toilets have been placed next to a cafe in this large civic park.

The cubicles were fully lined with Plastisol coated steel over the usual OSB internal linings. The cubicles are fitted with baby changing tables.
Installed date: May 2011

Waterless toilets for a busy country park in Nottingham

Rushcliffe Country Park public compost toilets, Nottingham
Site:Rushcliffe Country Park
Location:Nottingham
Building/Toilet Type:Standard Metal/Full Access
Description:Four toilets in a compound supplied for this public park and situated close to a children's playground.
Installed date: April 2009