Keep public lavatories open with coin operated toilet turnstiles
Auctioneers of a former toilet site in the West Country say the area could suit redevelopment, meaning another public facility will almost certainly be lost. The toilet block and land in Bath is being sold by Network Rail. The lavatories are built on a site that is "irregular shaped with frontage on to North Parade Road and Pulteney Road" in the city. The lot is expected to recoup a five-figure sum when it goes on sale this week in London.
A means of keeping public lavatories open is to fit Tensor coin operated toilet turnstiles which demand a modest entrance fee to the block. Generous revenues can be generated from the turnstiles to maintain the toilets. Our turnstiles offer improved security, are available in a number of styles to suit your needs and are perfect for high volumes of traffic. Half height toilet turnstiles provide an unobtrusive method of controlling access to your toilet facilities, and suit both interior and exterior installations. Their integrated payment systems offer a fantastic way to control access alongside a hardwearing and stylish finish.