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Thetford Debuts Bathroom Anywhere Website

We would like to proudly announce the official launch of Tecma Bathroom Anywhere’s website. Michigan-based Thetford Corporation has launched this brand new site to allow consumers to purchase their state of the art Bathroom Anywhere waste water transfer system. Consumers can now purchase and order directly here.

Thetford is the world-wide leading supplier of sanitation and refrigerating products for the home, recreational vehicle, marine and heavy duty truck industries. A privately-held company, Thetford has eight manufacturing facilities in four nations.

Thetford’s latest product, Tecma Bathroom Anywhere, will allow consumers to install a complete bathroom virtually anywhere without breaking concrete. Perfect for basements and other areas where gravity-reliant plumbing is not fully available. The Bathroom Anywhere allows consumers to easily add a bathroom for a fraction of the cost it would take to hire a professional plumber and contractor.

After decades of success over in Europe, Thetford brings the Bathroom Anywhere’s unique macerating technology to America.   The company has adapted the product to meet all US standards and codes to meet the demand for a home system that can be installed anywhere.

Bathroom Anywhere makes the ideas of installing an additional bathroom with ease and little costs a reality. Capable of pumping wastewater up to 18’ vertically and 150’ horizontally, Bathroom Anywhere can be installed easily in virtually any room in your house. The dynamics behind it are simple; it ties into the main wastewater line, saving the time, money and hassle of paying a contractor and plumber.

For more information on the Bathroom Anywhere browse through this very site. Let us know what you think and if you have any questions feel free to leave a comment here or contact Thetford.

2 Responses to Thetford Debuts Bathroom Anywhere Website

  1. This is a really good discussion! It is interesting that it has spanned over a few years and is still relevant.

    Tommie Kohler | May 25, 2010at 6:55 am

  2. posts like this is why i have your rss feed in my radar :)

    Making Glycerin Soap | May 26, 2010at 5:46 am