Business Description

We are the leading UK manufacturers of waterless composting toilets. We supply remote sites including allotments, rural churches, nature reserves, parks, fishing clubs, garden studios, campsites etc. We have standard buildings and will assist with bespoke design. Please visit website for full details

Business sector
Units 5 & 6
Maesyllan Enterprise Park
SY18 6DF
Accessible toilets for Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre at Burscough

scope: The supply of two toilet systems complete with twin vault chambers, urine separating pedestal, adult & child urinals, ventilation components and grab rails to serve a busy wetland reserve. Assisting clients to design their own compatible building. The vaults were customised so that the two toilets could be placed close together. After sales support as necessary.

aims: To supply low maintenance waterless accessible toilets on a site with high water table and no sewage connection. Operation intelligible and acceptable to public. No discernible odour under normal operation. Waterless hand cleansing.

measures: Zero water use, minimal concrete use, passive ventialtion. Robust operation requiring little maintenance other than regular cleaning – as one would expect with any toilet installation. Hand cleansing through the use of disinfectant gel dispensers.

monitoring: Product functioning well one year after installation.

An accessible compost toilet for Mudlarks In Hertfordshire.

scope: The supply of an accessible toilet system complete with twin vault chamber, urine separating pedestal, urinal, ventilation components to serve an organisation providing facilities for adults with learning difficulties on an allotment site in Hertfordshire. NatSol also supplied the timber building. After sales support as necessary. This toilet replaced another make of compost toilet relying on evaporation of urine which had failed.

aims: To supply a low maintenance waterless toilet with no freezing risk on a remote site without mains sewage connection. Waterless hand cleansing required and no discernible odour under normal operation.

measures: Zero water use, minimal concrete use, passive ventilation. Robust operation requiring little maintenance other than regular cleaning. Alcohol gel hand gel dispensers. Full grab rail set fitted. Accessible door furniture and operation.

monitoring: No routine monitoring planned other than courtesy call after twelve months.

Salen Forest public toilet

scope: Assisting the Architect Chris Morgan of Locate Architects to design a building compatible with the toilet components supplied by NatSol for this remote Scottish site.

aims: To provide a low maintenance, waterless public toilet without freezing risk for a remote forestry site without any mains services. The toilet needed to be wheelchair accessible and have low impact on this ecologically sensitive site.

measures: The toilet has passive ventilation and alcohol gel dispensers for hand cleansing. Electricity for lighting is supplied by a PV panel with low energy bulbs operated by occupancy sensors.

monitoring: Has been operating trouble free for 6 years.