After a successful trial last year The End of the Road Festival has decided to continue its move away from Andyloos standard chemical units instead choosing to have the company’s award winning eco-toilet across many parts of the site.
Andyloos will be providing 300 of its eco-toilets to the event, which takes place at Larmer Tree Gardens in Dorset between 29th and 31st August.
The festival is another of Andyloos regular customers to make the switch from traditional to eco-units. Andyloos award winning Poly-Vac system is chemical free and uses only a minimal amount of water per flush and is therefore a more environmentally and sustainable alternative to the standard chemical units.
The End of the Road Festival is one of the South’s highlights on the festival calendar with a small but committed following thanks to its artfully chosen bill of alternative, folk, country music and comedy. This year’s event sees the Flaming Lips headlining alongside Wild Beasts, The Gene Clark No Other Band, the Horrors and Stephen Malkus & The Jicks.