Toilet Buildings

About Kazuba Toilet Buildings

Kazuba has developed to become the largest European manufacturer of public waterless toilets. The. Distinct point of difference of the Kazuba is that, unlike a Clivus Multrum public toilet, a Kazuba can be installed directly on the ground without the need for an elevated floor, steps and a ramp. This can result in a significant cost saving in terms of the overall build cost of the toilet and structure.


Maintaining a Kazuba Toilet

Depending on how often your Kazuba toilet building is used, maintenance is usually carried out approximately once or twice a year. If your Kazuba toilet building isn’t used frequently or is in a remote area maintenance can even be stretched out to every 2-3 years.

Installing a Kazuba Toilet

Kazuba dry toilets are designed to be assembled quickly and easily. They require neither connection to a sewage system nor a drain. They are delivered, on standard pallets, all over the world and installed immediately.

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Ecoflo was the first company in Australia to sell composting toilets certified to the rigorous quality testing of Australian Standards. If you want to be certain your composting toilet has adequate capacity and is safe, you need a waterless composting toilet certified to the tough performance criteria of AS/NZS 1546.2:2008.

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