We were looking for a permanent replacement for a seasonal honey bucket we'd been using at a remote site at our summer camp for the last 5+ years. Running plumbing and electrical out to the location was not an option. We were looking at a number of factors including cost, environmental sustainability, user experience, and durability. We found the Toilet Tech system to be priced competitively - actually slightly lower than - traditional vault toilets. We were convinced it provided a great user experience and was a low maintenance design when we talked with another summer camp that had a couple of these on-site already. We found Geoff really great to work with, and the toilet was delivered and installed right on schedule. Over our first season with it in place we've been really pleased - it's the nicest toilet at camp!
Kids Camp in WA State
This Grand Poobah was built at a kids camp in Washington State. The toilet is located at the challenge course where students do team-building activities. The Grand Poobah building is very sturdy and easy to maintain. It has an extruded aluminum frame with fiberglass reinforced plastic walls.
Kitsap Peninsula, WA
Toilet Type Decompose Building Type Grand Poobah
BTW Usage Rate / Description Low
Solid Waste Retention
Temperatures / Elevation
36F to 77F / 200 ft Install Year 2021