Toilet turnstiles allow quick throughput while keeping space to a minimum
As part of a cost-cutting exercise Cornwall Council is looking into the future of around 220 public toilets in the county. The body wants a complete overview of the service included in a wider programme of budget savings, so it is asking local authorities to look at how £1m could be saved in efficiencies over the next four years. Among the options being considered include delegating local public convenience management to parish councils or reducing opening times. The council said that every location can be judged on its own merits.
Tensor toilet turnstiles incorporate a coin box set-up so that organisations or local authorities can continue to offer public toilet facilities. Generous revenues can be generated from the turnstiles for going towards their maintenance. Half height toilet turnstiles provide an unobtrusive method of controlling access to your toilet facilities. Styled in a tripod design, both single and double half height turnstiles are available, allowing you to double your throughput while keeping the amount of space used by the turnstile to a minimum.