#1 Home Improvement Retailer

Internet #203503050

Model #CENTREX 2000 NE

Centrex 2000 Non-Electric Waterless High Capacity Central Composting Toilet System in Bone

$198900
Apply Now
$undefined.00 /mo* suggested payments with months* financingApply Now
  • Features a no-odor design
  • Turns waste into fertilizer for your soil
  • ANSI/NSF certified design
  • View More Details

Frequently Bought Together

+
+
Price:
$198900

Product Overview

The Sun-Mar Centrex 2000-NE is designed for medium to heavy cottage or light residential use. The Centrex 2000-NE is a non-electric unit for those with no continuous 110-Volt power supply. All Sun-Mar composting toilets incorporate a patented Bio-drum which ensures fast and odorless decomposition. Saves thousands of gallons of water, while recycling waste into soil. The unit is shipped fully assembled. A one pint flush toilet is required for use with this unit (sold separately). Seasonal capacity: 6 adults or families of 8. Residential use: 3 adults or families of 5. A waterless option is available for this system. This configuration requires the separate purchase of the Sun-Mar Dry toilet and the Sun-Mar A/F Waterless kit.

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
27.0
Product Height (in.)
27.0
Product Width (in.)
46.0

Details

Color Family
Beige
Features
Waterless
Handle Location
Top
Material
Fiberglass
Product Weight (lb.)
87.0
Returnable
90-Day
Style
Cottage,Modern
Use Capacity
Full-Time
Weight Capacity (lb.)
300

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 years on the fiberglass tank and 3 years parts replacement on all other parts

Questions & Answers

Typical questions asked about products:

  • Is the product durable?
  • Is the product easy to use?
  • What are the dimensions of the product?

Customer Reviews

  • 4
    out of 6 reviews
  • 67% recommend this product
Filter by:
Showing 1-6 of 6 reviews
Sun-Mar composting toilets
We have had one at our cabin since 2002. To keep it working properly, you need to add bulking mix and a microbe mix to aid composting. Sun-Mar says you must use their products but they are hard to find and then you will have to have them sent to you from a dealer somewhere--not available in our city. I do not understand why they think composting enzymes for another brand of composting toilet will not work just as well. The composter works well but getting the additives is a real pain--and extra cost!
by
    • Recommended
    2 people found this helpful
    We have two and have had them for 10+ years at our cabin in northern Canada. No problems, wonderf...
    We have two and have had them for 10+ years at our cabin in northern Canada. No problems, wonderful, the ladies and grandkids love it, prefect application. Buy one!
    by
      • Recommended
      9 people found this helpful
      Environmentally friendly & cost effective
      We bought ours almost 25 years ago now thinking about replacing it! And yes you can use composted human waste in your garden! We have a cabin in the woods on an island in northern Ontario it’s been perfect and way better than paying $20000 for someone to bulldoze trees and rocks to create a septic field!
      by
        • Recommended
        Would not recommend this, unless you have a VERY accessible crawlspace. I mean like 6 feet, so th...
        Would not recommend this, unless you have a VERY accessible crawlspace. I mean like 6 feet, so this can be higher up as being on all 4s to clean this thing is agony. I really wish I went with the bucket version that you walk outside every time it fills.
        by
          15 people found this helpful
          Love it!
          We've had an 2000NE in our summer home for four years now (it's on an isolated island in the north). We---especially my wife and grandchildren---love having just a small odour-free toilet in the interior washroom. Of course the stinky old outhouse is long-forgotten. The installation was somewhat complex---(a) pouring a levelling concrete pad under the house, (b) running a 4" vent up through two floors and the roof, (c) creating an evaporating mound for the French drain, and (d) running a water line---but well worth it. It certainly was easier than building a new outhouse and pit. When the septic system on our southern acreage eventually fails we'll be replacing it with a Centrex unit.
          by
            • Recommended
            Incomplete
            This does not come with the toilet itself, which actually does take water. Doesn't say complete toilet system minus the toilet anywhere. Please fix this.
            by
              40 people found this helpful
              Showing 1-6 of 6 reviews