Product Literature

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Phoenix Composting Toilet Sets New Standard.
Independent review of the Phoenix, published in Environmental Building News, the award-winning, independent news source for the green building industry.

Public Facilities Application Guide, 2005 Edition.
Detailed guide for integrating Phoenix toilets into public facilities. PDF includes appendices on evaporators, electrical loads, and efficient building design.

Using the Phoenix in Residences and Cabins.
Comprehensive brochure for determining if a Phoenix is appropriate for your home or cabin. Contains general information as well as detailed technical data.

Phoenix Design Features.
Cutaway drawing displaying the Phoenix’s unique features.

Phoenix Operations & Maintenance Manual.

Phoenix Dimensions & Clearances.
Drawing showing how a Phoenix fits into your building. Also available as an AutoCAD drawing for professionals.

Phoenix Electrical Loads & ACS Solar Systems.
Key information for off-grid installation.

Price Lists for Phoenix composting toilets and accessories.
Residential prices
Public facility prices

Case Studies of Phoenix Public Facilities Solutions

Golf Course Solutions.
In color. When you’re halfway through your round and your morning’s coffee catches up with you…

Phoenixes Along the Kaibab.
How Grand Canyon National Park used Phoenixes to solve a nasty problem along a world famous trail.

Smith Rock State Park, Oregon.
This Phoenix-equipped building’s fire resistant materials passed the test when a wildfire ripped through the park.

Wolf Education Research Center.
Located in Central Idaho, this attractive stand-alone facility features environmentally friendly materials and a light, bright interior.

Great Composting Literature

“A Sewer is a Mistake,” by Victor Hugo.
A passage from his novel, Les Miserables.

“This Compost,” by Walt Whitman.
An early ode to recycling, in his inimitable style.