NEW YORK (AP) —  One of New York City’s most popular parks plans to install compost toilets that will produce fertilizer for its greenery.

Riverside Park administrator John Herrold says the carbon-neutral complex would be the first public bathroom of its kind in a New York City park. The Bronx Zoo and the Queens Botanical Garden already have them.

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The Riverside Clay Tennis Association is raising funds to design the building.

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The city’s Parks and Recreation Department is endorsing it for a state planning grant.

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It’s hoped the facility can be built by the summer of 2012.