Saturday, February 23, 2008

The Public Toilet Armoury

I just read on the BBC News website that the Government is expected to urge local councils to pay pubs and restaurants up to £600 per year to open their toilets to non-customers. Since public toilets are becoming rather scarce in Britain, the Department for Communities and Local Government hope that this idea will help. Richard Chisnell, director of the British Toilet Association, isn't sure. He says taht "the community restaurant scheme should only be 'one important tool in the public toilet armoury'. "

According to the British Toilet Association's website, "Britain's public toilets were once the envy of the world." Hmm...I never knew that.

Another thing I didn't know about the British Toilet Association:
Our mission is to represent the interests and aspirations of 'away from
home' toilet providers, suppliers and users of all types and to act as the
catalyst for change in the pursuit of standards of excellence in all areas of
public toilet provision and management.


Blogger graycie said...

'. . the public toilet armoury . .'

Now THAT'S a phrase that makes you think.

7:17 PM  

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