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We offer three pre-fab buildings: the Poobah (made in USA), the Wishbone (made in Canada) and the Pan Abode (made in USA cedar). Custom or site-built options exist, but these tend to be more expensive to build and maintain than our pre-fab and warrantied products.
The Poobah (and Grand Poobah)
The Poobah is Toilet Tech's strongest prefab metal frame building. We designed it to withstand the heavy-duty rubbing of buffalo at Antelope Island State Park, Utah. This building package is suitable for both toilet types (Decompose and Waste Away) and comes in two sizes (regular and ADA). We offer single stalls or joined blocks (wall-sharing) connecting up to 5 stalls. We offer a classic gable roof architecture or a shed roof. This building can withstand a high snow load.
Heavy-duty; prefab; 4-season use, high snow load
Not as light or easy to assemble as Wishbone John
Winter use sites, high snow load, trail heads, back-country
The Wishbone John (standard and ADA)
We are all about reusing waste as much as we are about minimizing it. Our Wishbone prefab building frames are made from extruded aluminum and use recycled plastic or cedar wall boards. These buildings are available for both toilet types (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. We offer a classic gable roof architecture or a shed roof. This building can withstand a low snow load.
Long-lasting (40+ years), prefab, lightweight; erects in a few hours with basic hand tools; will not rot, corrode, fade; multiple color options
Not made of concrete (but we think concrete toilets are pretty ugly), Not suitable for high snow load
City parks, parking lots, trail heads, back-country
Wall boards: 50 years; frame: 5 years
Wishbone Vault Toilet Specifications Single Stall PDF
Wishbone Decompose Specifications Single Stall PDF
The Wilderness series offers two low-profile, backcountry toilet building options: partial walls (for some privacy) or no walls. These structures can accommodate either a Decompose or Waste Away system.
Wilderness Act compliant; prefab; lightweight, long-lasting materials; durable
Materials: 5 years.
DCV 2' (recommended), 4', or Waste Away Vault
Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska helped design this robust cedar Pan Abode toilet building. It can withstand a very high snow load and is 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.
Front Country Toilet at Canada's most popular rock climbing crag
Moderate use high snowfall alpine area in BC
Very high use back country site in BC
High use back country destination near Whistler BC
High use cross country ski destination 1-2 miles from parking lot at Olympic Winter Games facility in Canmore AB
Moderate use high elevation back country site with high snowfall in BC
Very high use back country site in BC near Squamish BC
Lago Capri, high use campground on the path to Fitz Roy, Argentina
High use back country site in BC
High use back country site in BC
USDA FS Heritage site in Colorado