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Kevin Brooks Published in Campbell River Mirror
29 May 2019

The others couldn't ensure the safety we needed. One of the key things in regard to downtown washroom facilities that you’re seeing throughout North America...

The others couldn’t ensure the safety we needed.

One of the key things in regard to downtown washroom facilities that you’re seeing throughout North America is the ability for sight lines, ensuring the safety of the people using the washroom but also ensuring that if people are inside the washroom and are unconscious, people can see into the washroom,” Brooks said when asked why staff were recommending awarding the contract to the higher bidder. “We contacted RecTec directly to ask if they were able to address some of these issues with their current design and they informed us that no, they were not able to achieve that. With our consultation with the RCMP and protective services, it was very, very key that those issues were addressed if we were going to site and obtain another facility.

City of Campbell River to spend $200,000 on installing pre-fab washroom downtown / Published in Campbell River Mirror

Carl Sedoryk Monterey-Salinas Transit CEO
28 March 2019

There's a need for better, safer restroom facilities. We've had a number of complaints over the years and issues with keeping our restroom facilities clean and...

There’s a need for better, safer restroom facilities. We’ve had a number of complaints over the years and issues with keeping our restroom facilities clean and safe. The Portland Loo technology will help improve the experience for everybody,” said Monterey-Salinas Transit CEO, Carl Sedoryk.

Renovations begin at Downtown Salinas Transit Center / Published in Koin 5/46

Mayor Taylor Bachrach Published in CBC British Columbia
12 March 2019

“It seems to have got a lot of the design aspects of a great public washroom right,” said Mayor Taylor Bachrach, in explaining the decision...

“It seems to have got a lot of the design aspects of a great public washroom right,” said Mayor Taylor Bachrach, in explaining the decision from the community’s finance committee. It’s been called the perfect public toilet and the best toilet in Canada and now Smithers, B.C., is getting its very own Portland Loo.

The Almanac Published in The Almanac
30 January 2019

"They don’t have attendants, but they’re very, very challenging to abuse, so to speak,” Lowe said. “The hand-washing station is on the outside. It has...

“They don’t have attendants, but they’re very, very challenging to abuse, so to speak,” Lowe said. “The hand-washing station is on the outside. It has a louvered bottom, so you can see if someone is in distress or if there’s more than one person inside. It allows privacy for the user, but at the same time a little bit of surveillance from the outside.”

Author “No Place to Go”

Mt. Lebanon library program to feature author of book about bathrooms / Published in The Almanac