Public toilets and drainage for flexibility and savings in high-traffic areas

Vacuum drainage solutions for high-traffic areas, events and work sites

Thanks to their low water consumption and flexibility in extension, zoning, and underground installation, Evac public toilets and vacuum drainage are ideal for transportation hubs and other high-traffic areas such as stadiums.

Advanced drainage for extension, zoning, and underground installation in transportation hubs and high-traffic areas

Evac vacuum toilets offer a short payback time, thanks to their low water consumption of just 1.2 l/0.3 gal per flush.

They allow easy extension and layout modification, while maintaining independence between areas such as VIP lounges or new terminal facilities. As they are a robust system, designed for heavy duty use in locations such as railway stations, toilet blockages are reduced. Underground installation is easy and cost effective without a lifting pump station, making toilet installation in subway and metro stations more viable. The possibility to install toilets on underground platforms makes access much easier for people with reduced mobility as they are not forced to access upper levels via stairs or escalators to find toilet facilities.

Increase flexibility and add value to shopping malls and commercial real estate

Vacuum drainage makes it easier to install or extend shopping malls underground, giving flexibility for food courts and a wide variety of store layouts. Disruption to other tenants can be minimized, or even eliminated completely. For example, in buildings with underground car-park facilities, vacuum drainage avoids the need to pass pipes though floors into lower levels. Using Evac vacuum toilets in public restrooms considerably reduces overall water consumption, providing a short payback time, helping with LEED and other green building certifications, and mitigating water shortages.

Vacuum design for better prison security, control, and profitability

Choosing vacuum toilets for correctional facilities enables flexible cell design and increases security, while reducing maintenance and in-cell intervention. Water and sewage costs are also reduced. In a 1,000-bed correctional facility, this can add up to 30 million liters (8 million gallons) of water savings a year.