Preservation of the world’s natural reserves would not be possible without the communities transitioning into a more environment-conscious state.
(PRWEB) August 01, 2013
In a recent article, the Tryon Daily Bulletin announced the start of an innovative restroom project currently being undertaken at Pearson’s Falls, North Carolina. The project is being funded by the Polk County Community Foundation, and will ultimately provide restroom relief for the natural preserve’s 18,000 annual visitors.
The new toilets will employ the Clivus Multrum system, a more eco-friendly alternative to other methods commonly used for public toilet maintenance. The system will make use of green composting technology, which has already been proven and tested over the years. The Tryon Garden Club, owner and operator of Pearson’s Falls, hopes that other organizations will take inspiration from its move and consider installing their own green restroom facilities.
Babystations.com has expressed strong support for the organization’s eco-friendly move. Preservation of the world’s natural reserves would not be possible without the communities transitioning into a more environment-conscious state.
In the pursuit of such belief, the company continues to offer a number of eco-friendly baby changing stations. Although they may not be as effective as the Clivus Multrum system, they still do their part by promoting the use of both recycled materials and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits.
About the company: Babystations.com is managed by Ekom.ca. It is an online retailer with a long history of trusted service. They sell a wide array of products that include baby changing stations, child seating, and other childcare accessories. Despite being a product-based business, the company understands the value of providing quality customer service. They provide detailed product information, give out the best prices, do their best to ease purchasing difficulties, and respond to complaints, questions, and products in the timeliest manner possible.