Application Profiles

Loch Lomond National Park, Scotland.

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Wild Horse Island, Flathead Lake, Montana.

Wild Horse Island, a state park, rises 700 feet above the pristine waters of Flathead Lake, the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi in the 48 contiguous states. Known for its herd of wild mountain sheep, Wild Horse is accessible only by boat. The island's hiking trails are extremely popular with day users.

Cypress Island, Puget Sound.

Just a few miles west of the busy Washington port of Anacortes, ruggedly timbered Cypress Island rises steeply out of the surrounding sea. The island, a state park that is essentially undeveloped, and which will stay that way, draws enough visitors to warrant two Phoenix composting toilet equipped public facility building.

Klondike County Park

Quail Ridge is one of a series of spectacular county parks along the Mississippi River near St. Charles, Missouri

Cedar Ridge, Grand Canyon NP

Located approximately one mile below the South Rim along the Kaibab Trail, this facility contains three Phoenix Composting Systems in an insulated, ACQ pressure treated wood, daylight basement. Two standard toilet rooms, one handicapped accessible toilet room, and a storage room are located on the main floor.

Cobb Hill Co-Housing, Vermont.

Located in snowy Vermont, Cobb Hill is an intentional community, designed for architectural, environmental, and social harmony. After a long and thorough analysis of the options for composting toilets, the project engineer recommended the Phoenix.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Occupies 320,000+ acres on the Big Island of Hawaii and encompasses ecosystems from sea level to almost 14,000 feet. One of the most spectacular, remote, and popular hiking destinations is Halape, a landscape of cold lava, little white sand beaches, sea turtle nesting grounds, and tropical palms swaying in the sea winds.

Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park, Hawaii.

The site presented formidable engineering challenges: proximity to the ocean, hard volcanic rock, and groundwater just two feet below the surface.

Indian Creek Campground, Salmon River, Idaho.

Located along the wild Salmon River in the River of No Return Wilderness in central idaho, Indian Creek is popular with river rafters. Two Phoenix composting toilet systems provide an odorless, zero-discharge, comfort station for the site's many guests. A photovoltaic array built into the roof generates power.

Davidson Flats, Deschutes River, Oregon.

Flowing north to the Columbia River in deep canyons through central Oregon's sun-baked, black basaltic plateau, the fast and frothy Deschutes is a favorite with white water aficionadoes. Some of the campgrounds along the river also were exciting, but not in a pleasant way thanks to malodorous vault toilets that made answering nature's call an olfactory ordeal.

American River, California Sierra.

East of Auburn, California, this reach of the American River was a favorite with river runners, but not with campers: restroom facilities were primitive, and announced their presence to one's nose before one's eyes saw where to go.

Gambier Island , British Columbia.

Sunergy Systems, LTD, of Cremona, Alberta, designed and built this Phoenix equipped, finely crafted building for the West Vancouver Yacht Club. Constructed of cedar, the building features a waterproof Lexan roof that lets plenty of light into the building. Photovoltaic panels afixed to the wall drive the Phoenix's low wattage fan and pumps.

Baynes Sound Highway Rest Area Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Phoenixes were installed at Baynes Sound by Sunergy Systems, LTD, of Cremona, Alberta. The Phoenix Composting toilet is ideal for remote highway rest areas.

Hoomak Highway Rest Area, British Columbia

Phoenixes were installed at Hoomak by Sunergy Systems, LTD, of Cremona, Alberta. The Phoenix Composting toilet is ideal for remote highway rest areas.

Wolf Education & Research Center Winchester, Idaho.

Two handicapped accessible toilet rooms and a utility room are located above the ACQ treated permanent wood daylight basement in which the Phoenix PF-201s are installed. The entire north facing roof is glazed with double-walled Lexan (polycarbonate) to provide well-lighted toilet rooms.

Wolf Education & Research Center Winchester, Idaho.

Two handicapped accessible toilet rooms and a utility room are located above the ACQ treated permanent wood daylight basement in which the Phoenix PF-201s are installed. The entire north facing roof is glazed with double-walled Lexan (polycarbonate) to provide well-lighted toilet rooms.

Smith Rock State Park, Prineville, Oregon.

Located along the Crooked River in Central Oregon, Smith Rock is popular with rock climbers. Two Phoenix composting toilet systems and evaporators provide an odorless, zero-discharge, comfort station for the park's many guests. A photovoltaic array built into the roof generates power.

Janet's Cabin, High Colorado Rockies.

Built at over 12,000 feet in the high Colorado Rocky Mountains, Janet's Cabin is a traditional modified log A-frame, rusticated in appearance but sophisticated in design. A Phoenix composting toilet obviates the need for an extensive septic system and drainfield in the cold and delicate sub-alpine terrain. Photovoltaic panels charge the batteries that power the pumps, fans, and lights.

Bayview Corner , Whidbey Island, Washington.

North of Seattle, rugged and wooded Whidbey Island in Puget Sound is a favorite with tourists and locals alike. At Bayview Corner, a farmers and artists market, public facilities were needed. Guided by the project's benefactor, the architects designed this striking building, powering it with photovoltaic generated electricity and equipping it with Phoenix Composting Toilets.