VIROtech has gained a reputation for supplying and installing high quality user friendly amenities perfectly suited to the application. Our installations provide decades of trouble free service with minimal maintenance and no running costs. All buildings come with full plans and engineering specifications and can be supplied in kit form or as a complete turnkey installation.
Our rugged , low maintenance amenity buildings are equally at home in an urban environment or an isolated site where water and power are not available.
Our commercial installations invariably include the ultimate in composting toilet systems; the original Swedish designed Clivus Multrum (CM). Inherently reliable and with minimal maintenance requirements, these systems are almost set and forget. And with little or no discharge to the environment, they can be safely installed close to waterways and other sensitive sites - perfect for public amenities and eco-tourism. At some sites they are the only viable option.
Simple, user-friendly, reliable - perfect.
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We consult closely with clients to establish expected usage patterns, building configuration, siting and special requirements to ensure the installation perfectly suits the intended application. With the benefit of 30 years experience, we offer reliable advice and guidance at every step of the process.
Amenity buildings come in various combinations of standard (ambulant) and disabled accessible cubicles and can include urinals and storage space. Most buildings include a verandah and stairs or disabled access ramp. Compost units are available with capacities of up to 40,000 uses per year (110/day) and can accommodate up to four pedestals. Larger installations may have a combination of compost units to match the expected load and pedestal configuration.
Our vandal resistant buildings are constructed using durable corrosion resistant materials such as fibre reinforced plastic (FRP) or Duragal (TM) with Colorbond cladding (unless otherwise specified) and recycled plastic, hardwood or compressed fibre flooring.
Where power is unavailable, a small solar system is installed for the ventilation fan and other items such as pumps or lighting. A rainwater tank can be installed to supply water to the handbasin if reticulated water is unavailable.
Maintenance is simple and inexpensive, and minimal moving parts means these units simply don't break down.
Click HERE to download compost unit specifications, model accreditations, maintenance regime and sample building plans.