A Costly Affair

A Costly Affair

Jan 20, 2016

The purpose of public toilets is well founded and you might say a necessity. Without them towns, villages and cities would clearly suffer; such is there importance in society. However, although effectively “free”, apart from in certain locations, the cost associated with repairs is substantial. With this comes added pressure on governments and councils to...

Value for Money?

Value for Money?

Jul 31, 2015

There is much debate as to whether or not public toilets should be free to use. And the reason for this is because over the past decade there has been a number of public establishments (most notably train stations) that started to charge people to use their toilet areas. The uproar to begin with was not to be degraded as it did cause quite the stir. And over the...

Additional Requirements

Additional Requirements

Dec 10, 2014

We have touched upon the topic of cleaning in recent posts regarding public bathrooms. However, it should also be noted that whilst they do indeed require some serious germ prevention, the frequency of the cleaning processes should also be noted. You may have noticed that in the majority of public bathrooms, certainly the more modern ones, there will be a time...

Self-Cleansing

Self-Cleansing

Nov 25, 2014

In one of the recent posts written on this blog, we touched upon the popularity and necessity of public bathrooms and how they served a major purpose in the UK. Without going over old ground, it is fair to say that without them, there would be major uproar and services would be greatly disrupted. One interesting article that I came across this week was in...

For Efficiency

For Efficiency

Oct 9, 2014

The use of public bathrooms has once that has long been both a necessity and a popular choice among the general public. In recent times, however, they have become so popular that there are now costs associated with using them in many part of the UK! Putting that to one side for the moment, let’s dissect the design of a public bathroom and why it is obviously...