We offer two pre-fab building systems: the Wishbone and the Pan Abode. Custom or site built options exist but these tend to be more expensive to build and maintain than our pre-fab and warrantied products.
We are all about reusing waste as much as we are about minimizing it. Our prefab Wishbone buildings are made from recycled aluminum (wheel rims) for frames and recycled plastic for tongue & groove wall boards. These buildings are available for all three different toilet types (Vault, Decompose, and Waste Away) and come in two sizes (regular and ADA). We offer single stalls or joined blocks (wall-sharing) connecting up to 5 stalls. For single stall buildings, we offer a classic gable roof "John" or the more modern shed roof "Forest." Only the Forest roof line is compatible with multiple joined stalls. Check out our Accessories for all other options. The Wishbone structure is compatible with all toilet types.
Made of recycled materials; prefab; lightweight; erects in 1hr with two people with only
basic hand tools; will not rot, corrode, fade; multiple color options
Not made of concrete (but we think concrete toilets are pretty ugly)
City parks, parking lots, trail heads, back-country
Wall boards: 50 years; frame: 5 years
The wilderness series offers two low profile, back-country toilet building options, with partial walls (for some privacy) or no walls, and can still accommodate either a Decompose or Waste Away system.
Wilderness Act compliant; pre-fab; lightweight; recycled materials; durable
Partial or no privacy
Wall boards: 50 years. Frame: 5 years.
DCV (2' or 4', 2' recommended) or Waste Away Vault
Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska helped design this cedar Pan Abode toilet. This building is a TTS Decompose toilet building; it is very robust and perfect for grizzly country.
Pre-fabricated cedar construction
Heavy; wood buildings eventually decompose
Parking lots; trailheads; campgrounds
10 year limited
Contact us for more info
Sometimes a site warrants a custom design or retrofit. Many of our early installations were custom designs that housed the BTW urine diverting toilet. Chris McCrumb built many of these toilets in the remote B.C. back country that he loved and served for many years.
Owner and designer of a tiny home with a BTW urine diversion seat (minute 4 of the video to the right).