Wag Bags

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Take these to the crag with you to avoid polluting our climbing areas.

These toilet kit is the ONLY biodegradable solution that traps, encapsulates, deodorizes and breaks down waste with a NASA-developed gelling agent. Commonly used by Emergency Services, Defence, remote outdoor programs, expedition adventure racing and ultra-marathon events. 

The Go Anywhere Toilet Kit  can be used with the Go Anywhere Toilet System, non working toilet or by itself. Each waste kit includes a zip close disposal/transport bag, a waste collection bag preloaded with poo powder gelling agent , toilet paper and a hand sanitiser.

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Totally agree with Adam

12 December 2013
At the Scottish National Mountain Centre at Glenmore Lodge their policy is to carry out ALL waste. A great idea and one that makes the process less daunting and results in less contamination of the spots we climb in.

Crapping everywhere will be *THE* issue that gets

24 May 2011
Have you been to shipley upper, slider or coolum recently? I dare you to walk through the grass 2m from the crag without very carefully looking at where you place each foot. Climbers crap where they climb, it's disgusting and we should all be ashamed of our community's complete lack of respect for the environment. Buy a poo tube/bucket, if you're climbing at a medium or high usage area, CARRY OUT YOUR SHIT. Maybe if we learn this lesson, land managers (national parks etc) will stop treating climbers like we're a pack of selfish heathens who don't deserve access into parks, thats certainly how we behave at the moment.