Revenue raising turnstiles can be put in prestige access points
People dodging a public toilet charge have been blamed for a £17,000 loss at a district council. Council staff across the administrative area had spotted members of the public sneaking a friend into WCs to save paying twice over for services, a cabinet revenue report at Cotswold District Council noted. The calculations made by the authority suggested around 85,000 people used the public loos without paying between April 2011 to March 2012.
Revenue raising secure and sturdy coin entry toilet turnstiles are available from Tensor. They can be installed in many different configurations according to what the customer desires. Tensor’s turnstiles offer improved security and extend flow capacity. They can be put in prestige access points and need no routine maintenance. Another option is that coupled with a set of smart cards, flow capacity is significantly increased compared with any swipe card system, as the card is read in under ¼ second and does not have to be removed from a wallet or purse.