Anti-vandal Series
Centenary Trail
A Three booth Anti-Vandal Series Restroom at an inner city community park with rising main system.
ACT Government
The ACT Government as part of its centenary celebration public works commissioned a walking trail design. The proposed trail was on the northern NSW ACT border to the north of Gungahlin, on a high ridge line. The trail was specifically for walking and mountain bike riding. Corridors through rural land were created linking public areas to a secluded camping spot. Canberra landscape architects Harris Hobbs were briefed to design a precinct to cater for day visitation and overnight camping. They specified : a shelter for casual eating, a shelter for pitching tents, both with rain water harvest, and a toilet facility. One of the tanks had sufficient elevation to service a sink within the toilet facility.

Pureablue proposed a single booth Conablue CAB1, linked to a CWT collection well system. This building specification was chosen primarily for its vandal resistance, as vandal attack was a complete unknown. It would be possible for trail bike riding ferals to access the remote, quite site. Thus, the worst case attack factor had to be designed in to the facility. Environmental factors dictated zero discharge of liquid waste. A CWT remove waste from site system was the solution. The site did present access issues for the necessary plant and truck . Co-operative adjacent private land owners allowed access. Without their co-operation, this project would not have been possible.

Installation was achieved in four working days.