Clean Up America, Inc.

Clean Up America, Inc.

Clean Up America, Inc.

Clean Up America! is an Oklahoma Corporation that was created in response to environmental needs identified by the Public Advisors Corporation, Inc. (PACI) a non-profit, 501(c)(3), Oklahoma Corporation dedicated to capacity building in small communities. Based upon PACI’s research and public meetings it became evident that there are sanitation, water shortage and pollution and landfill needs that can be economically and effectively ameliorated with the use of new technologies. The result was the invention of the Sanitizer Evaporative Toilet. CUA now proudly manufactures, services, and distributes the Sanitizer.

Company details

P.O. Box 470888 , Tulsa , OK 74147-0888 USA
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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Waste Management
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

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Clean Up America is a small American business dedicated to offering products which provide sustainable solutions to environmental challenges.  Clean Up America produces and distributes the Sanitizer Toilet (Patent No. 9,301,659 B1),  a compact, non-polluting, waterless, self-contained, evaporative toilet which reduces human waste to a lightweight, odorless, sanitized form without the use of water or chemicals.

The Sanitizer™ is an innovative non-discharge dry sanitation systems which can be used wherever sanitation is needed, without water and without polluting the environment.  This alternative toilet can be used in a wide variety of locations, including hunting and fishing cabins, parks, schools, acreages, camps, public buildings, military outposts and training areas, areas of natural disasters, shoreline settings, recreational fields, municipal public sites, as a way of resting failing septic systems, in combination with graywater systems, and anywhere else that a commode or privy is needed.   The Sanitizer™ is environmentally friendly, easy to install and maintain, and can be used wherever electricity is available and traditional sanitation is not possible.