HISTORY

Following his PhD on the topic of human waste management, Geoff Hill founded Toilet Tech Solutions in 2013 in B.C. Canada. TTS merged with Engineered Compost Systems (Seattle, WA) in 2016. Toilet Tech now provides modern solutions throughout North and South America to an industry that has seen little innovation since the 1970s. 

 
 

Working with Toilet Tech

Each park, forest, and protected area has a unique climate, weather, visitor profile, use, and budget. With Director's Orders banning pit toilets, it can be difficult to envision a transition from old to new. Here are the next steps in the implementation of a highly effective toilet solution with us.

Share Site Info

Tell us about your park, forest, or Wilderness area. We'll ask a lot of questions about the ecology, remoteness, soil, and site usage to help you choose between a Vault, Decompose, or Waste Away.

Budget Pricing

 We are happy to provide budget price estimates after we have gathered enough information by email, phone calls, or webinars.  Included in our budget estimate/proposal are key elements that specify our products and what differentiates them from others, and what our warranty includes. 

Implementation

When selected, we offer complete service including shipping, installation, training, support, warranty, and waste management services. We do not offer transportation services from parking lots to remote locations; this must be arranged by the project owner. 

20180621_114837.jpg
TTS Waste planning.jpg
0-1.jpg

Support and Warranty

TTS supports its projects for the lifetime of the facility. Our toilet seats are robust and easily maintained, but they do need service. Luckily, the maintenance is infrequent, and key wear parts can be easily stocked onsite for replacement. We provide expert advice, spare parts in a timely fashion, and maintenance support M-F 9a-5p.  

Repair

For non-urgent needs please contact Ross Mazur at 206-456-9077 or ross@toilettech.com with your support needs. Please include a description of your issue, what you have tried, photos, and contact info. We will respond by the next business day. On rare occasions where remote support doesn't solve the problem, we can plan a trip to your site.

Spare Parts

TTS manufactures and assembles all units in Seattle, WA, USA. We have a warehouse of spare parts and staff available to help you fix the problem.

fix compost system, repair compost system, compost system offline, in house support, technical support, customer service, customer support, lifetime support, in house support, let me talk to a real person, facility repair, facility troubleshoot, made in USA
 full staff, real people, mechanical engineer, electrical engineer, software engineer, scientist, electrical technicians, compost facility spare parts, UL certified panel shop, inventory in house, ship me a spare part now, full service company, engineered compost systems, compost system, compost facility, real support
 
 

STAFF

Geoff in Zion.jpg

Geoff Hill, PhD

Director

B.S. Environmental Science,  UBC

M.S. Geography & Botany, UBC

PhD Human Waste Management, UBC 

Geoff directs Toilet Tech. He completed his PhD on this topic in 2013 and wrote a series of peer review publications summarizing his findings.  He has worked with dozens of parks and forests in the development of improved toilet facilities.   

 

MEDIA RECOGNITION

pooping-person-feet-cropped.jpg

Inside the Controversial World of Composting Toilets

(Inside Science) -- Big, black wasplike things living in your toilet may sound more like a horror scene than a sanitation solution. That's certainly what people in rural Louisiana thought in the summer of 1930, when black soldier flies infested a set of newly installed privies.

outhouses-gty-ps-190624_hpMain_16x9_384.

Composting toilets could be the way of the future

(Inside Science) -- Big, black wasplike things living in your toilet may sound more like a horror scene than a sanitation solution. That's certainly what people in rural Louisiana thought in the summer of 1930, when black soldier flies infested a set of newly installed privies.

__opt__aboutcom__coeus__resources__conte

Will Be Transported by This French Composting Toilet

There are a few things that put people off the idea of composting toilets. They are often high, like the Sun-mar designs, or they are low but people can’t deal with the idea that they are sitting a few inches above of a pile of poop, as you do in the Envirolet or Multoa.

Squamish Smoke Bluffs

Interview with Capital Projects Manager

Waterless Toilet Overview 

Geoff Hill's presentation at Sustainable Summits Conference

Mixed Waste Composting Toilets Don't Work

CBC News Article