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  • Pavilion with Stone Footers

    Susan Creek Pavilion

    New Pavilion is Complete! Last Friday, Romtec, Inc. put the finishing touches on a pavilion at Susan Creek that was designed and installed for the Roseburg District of the Bureau of Land…
  • Concession Restroom with Extended Roof

    Pavilion Installation Begins at Susan Creek

    Ground was broken yesterday, June 14, on the Susan Creek Pavilion project. The BLM purchased a hexagonal pavilion with extra features through Romtec’s General Services Administration (GSA) contract. The GSA contract is…

  • Pair of Waterless Restrooms and Showers

    Romtec’s New Modular Restrooms

    An innovative approach... The new modular Romtec models give owners all the benefits of a permanent restroom with the ability to be stored or relocated. The modular Romtecs are… Durable – easing…
  • Several Buildings From Romtec

    Laughlin Restrooms and Lift Stations

    Laughlin Restroom & Lift Station Romtec and Romtec Utilities recently supplied several structures and lift stations for the Laughlin Regional Heritage Greenway Trails Park, known as the North Reach, in Laughlin, Nevada.…
  • Romtec’s Green Products for LEED Certification

    April is Green Month, and Earth Day 2012 is fast approaching! Romtec wants to remind everyone of the great opportunities for LEED certification we provide with green public restrooms. But first, how well do you understand LEED strategies and standards? Let’s take a look some of the areas that might help your project truly represent Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.

  • SST Waterless Restroom in Remote Park

    Single User Restrooms

    Every once in a while I used to see a restroom labeled handicapped and noticed that it was a single room, lockable from the inside that simply contains a toilet and a sink. In many cases a single user restroom is the best option for a handicapped person. They’re far more roomy and private compared to multi-user handicapped accessible stalls. It’s the best set-up for those who might need more assistance.