Many churches, particularly old Church of England ones, were built in the days when buildings didn’t have a water supply, toilets or sewage pipework. Nowadays, whilst it is accepted by the authorities that church services can be held there, it is necessary to have a toilet on site for other public events. Putting in a WC is often not possible due to the problems of digging up the graveyard and getting water to the site.

An ecotoilet can easily be located in part of the church, or in a separate cabin outside and solves the problem. It is very easy to manage and is easily looked after by members of the congregation.

We have some beautiful churches using our toilets and here are a few:

Church painted Albury

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