Phoenix Composting Toilet Sets New Standard
Toilet represents a new evolution in a very old business.
For years, Clivus Multrum has been the de facto standard for composting toilets in North America. Clivus was introduced in North America from Sweden during the 1970s by Abby Rockefeller. Almost single-handedly, the Clivus established composting toilets as a viable alternative to conventional flush toilets. While Clivus remains an active player in the composting toilet field, the product’s dominance in the field could be threatened by the growing popularity of a challenger: the Phoenix Composting Toilet from Advanced Composting Systems of Whitefish, Montana.
Glenn Nelson founded Advanced Composting Systems in the mid-1980s. Prior to that he was a licensed manufacturer of Clivus toilets (one of two in the U.S.) and played a key role in improving the Clivus design.
Published June 1, 1998
(1998, June 1). Phoenix Composting Toilet Sets New Standard. Retrieved from https://www.buildinggreen.com/product-review/phoenix-composting-toilet-sets-new-standard