Stacey’s Bridge, Nariel – Towong shire
The installation of the module at Stacey’s Bridge was our first Collection Well Tank toilet. This system is utilized in remote areas where sewer is not available and septic tanks aren’t an option. Two 3000L holding tanks were buried under the module and the specialised ventilation system produces a negative pressure in the storage tanks, sucking air through the pans and minimising odours within the cubicles. A custom designed 1500L aluminium water tank was enclosed within the concrete module to feed the basins and allows full accreditation for the toilets to be disabled compliant.
Cundy Park - Myrtleford
Reference for Paul Simpson-Envirodomes
I write this reference in regards to our recent Cundy Park Toilet project in Myrtleford. I was very impressed how well organised things were on site last Wednesday-Friday that ultimately saw our new toilet block arrive and be carefully placed in position, and the old unit picked up and carted away in around 3 hrs total. Our vision for the project was to build a low maintenance toilet facility that was aesthetically pleasing and for an affordable price.