The Kazuba can operate in cold and warm climates as long it is positioned in an open position where wind and sun can be accessed. The units shown are installed in a campsite at the Gap Creek Farm Stay and at the Wild Mountain education centre. Both are at altitude and have near freezing winters. The toilets are also located within 20 meters from campers and permanent accommodation. The unit is odourless and zero output which means it can be positioned in areas where septic systems cannot (e.g. close to waterways).
$7,000.00 – $7,825.00 inc. GST
is available on purchases between $10 and $2,000
Kazuba dry toilets have an exclusive design; all the raw material used is obtained from sustainable sources and merge perfectly with the environment. Kazuba toilets are available in three models: KL1, KL2 and KL3. KL2 and KL3 models are also suitable for disabled persons.
Each STK unit can manage 25 people’s uses per day. The system requires no water but does need to have exposure to sun and wind. All liquid is evaporated and the solid waste is composted down as well as dehydrated to a safe inert state to be disposed of on or off-site.
A Kazuba can be sold as a complete kit system with a specifically designed cabin to surround the toilet. Alternatively, a cabin of your choosing can be sourced as long as it accommodates the design requirements of the STK’s chimney and pedestal. In this case the ensemble is delivered to site, ready for installation, on a single pallet.
Ex Pedestal, White Polymarble, Charcoal Grey Polymarble, Black Polymarble, Porcelain Palisade
Kazuba toilets do not need to be connected to municipal sewerage or electrical networks. The system separates solid from liquid waste by gravity, avoiding maceration and preventing the build-up of unpleasant odors. The constant flow of forced air, accelerated by sun heat, evaporates liquids and dehydrates solid waste with a volume loss up to 90%. Remaining waste is then collected in the recovery tank and remain neutral and odor free.
Because of the natural oxidation process that drastically reduces waste volume, maintenance is very simple and implies only to the removal of dried waste. Thanks to the natural dehydration process, waste is converted from organic into undifferentiated: unlike chemical toilets, no authorized staff or special permits are necessary to manage the waste. Maintenance is usually necessary once or twice a year. This kind of toilet does not require technical maintenance because the system is extremely simple and does not employ mechanical parts. Like any other public toilet, the interior of the facility has to be cleaned regularly: if necessary, a portable high-pressure washing system (KAR-matic) is available for a perfect cleaning and sanitation of the unit.