c. Containerized Latrine System. The CLS includes all the equipment necessary to operate it.
One leader and two-nonspecific MOS personnel are responsible for setting up, operating, and
disassembling this subsystem. Like the CBL, the power supply connections is performed by qualified
MOS-personnel. The CLS is made up of a double sink, a three-person urinal, and six toilets. With four
CLs existing in a module, it supports up to 150 personnel on a continuing basis. It is equipped with heat
and air conditioning. The general engineering officer is responsible for supervising the collection of the
blackwater in the CLS to ensure that it is disposed of IAW environmental regulations and directives.
See Figure 1-3 for the containerized latrine subsystem.
Figure 1-3. Containerized Latrine Subsystem
d. Containerized Shower. The CS allows each soldier to take a 10-minute shower in a clean,
comfortable environment. It is made up of 12 individual-controlled fiberglass commercial stalls. With
this subsystem, 72 soldiers per hour can take a shower. The CS has a changing area, which connects to
a climate-controlled 32-foot TEMPER. In addition, the CS has an on-board ejector pump and an M80
water heater with a supply pump. All wastewater, known as graywater, is pumped to a collection point.
Nonspecific MOS-personnel assist in setting up the CS: however. MOS-qualified personnel are
responsible for maintaining and operating it. See Figure 1-4 for the containerized shower subsystem.