Is a trailer AccessoLoo and is designed for the longer events where the facilities may need to be left on site for a few days. Named after a young lady from Coleraine, Lilia is self-sufficient to a degree and will work on leisure batteries for a day, Lilia does have a generator for charging after and event has ended so that she is ready for the following day, however a power source for recharging Lilia overnight is preferable. Accessed via a wheelchair lift, on the side of the AccessoLoo, she has a more compact footprint. However, Lilia also incorporates a fully operational shower for those who are thinking about festival attendance.
Meet the Accessoloos
Named after a local disability campaigner from Crossgar, County Down, this is our largest AccessoLoo which is a luton body built on a VW Chassis. Utilising the tail lift to gain entry, Michaela AccessoLoo has an internal space of 2m x 4m. Totally self-sufficient, running from leisure batteries, she is able to pull up at any event and be ready to accept users within minutes of arrival.
A Renault Master box van, Dermot sits lower to the ground as is accessed via a ramp. Again, his namesake is a disability activist from Omagh in County Tyrone. Dermot AccessoLoo has an internal area of xm x xm. Totally self-sufficient, running from leisure batteries, he is able to pull up at any event and be ready to accept users within minutes of arrival.