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.


Installation Kazuba 01

Stage 1

Securing the site
Our team install signs and other necessary elements to secure the site in accordance with local planning requirements.

Installation Kazuba 01

Stage 2

Terracing and installation of the tank
Using a digger, we make a trench 2.5 m long by 1 m wide and 90 cm deep. The tank is installed at the bottom of this trench.

Installation Kazuba 01

Stage 3

Cabin assembly
Once the tank is in situ, we assemble the cabin structure and clad the exterior.


Installation Kazuba 01

Stage 4

Concrete slab and landscaping of surrounding area
A concrete slab is poured inside the cabin to stabilise the structure and obtain a perfectly clean floor. Excess soil is evacuated and the surroundings are put back as new.

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