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John Metcalfe Published in Bloomberg
09.07.2022

“For the residents of Portland, Ore., taking a whiz in a public toilet is not just a matter of necessity. It’s an act of civic pride.
That’s because the city is home to the Portland Loo, a unique, patented outdoor bathroom that inspires such worship in its fanbase you’d think that Steve Jobs himself had designed it.”
01/23/2012

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Orin O'Neill Facebook Comment
04.01.2024

The Loo is such a brilliant design, and executed so well. Kudos to you all!

The Loo is such a brilliant design, and executed so well. Kudos to you all!

Published in CHS Today
10.18.2023

"This Portland-made, free-to-use, stand-alone toilet is working to address common public bathroom concerns."

“This Portland-made, free-to-use, stand-alone toilet is working to address common public bathroom concerns.”

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Trevor Bryant Facebook Comment
08.23.2023

These need to be in every city across America.

These need to be in every city across America.

Tina Cherry, Community Services Director Monrovia, California
06.19.2023

We have been pleased with the performance of the Portland Loo. We look forward to adding more in the near future.

We have been pleased with the performance of the Portland Loo. We look forward to adding more in the near future.

Susan Muir, Parks and Recreation Director McMinnville, Oregon
06.14.2023

I personally have heard nothing but good things from the public about our loo after it went in, particularly related to that being a model...

I personally have heard nothing but good things from the public about our loo after it went in, particularly related to that being a model for us going forward.

It was a big change for us to go from stick built/traditional restrooms to a Loo and there was some hesitancy initially. Low and behold, it now is just a part of our community, and the overall design, functionality and purpose of the Loo works really well for us.

Mostly what I hear about it now is when people say – we need one of those ‘here’ (pointing to somewhere else in town other than the Jay Pearson Neighborhood Park).

In fact, we hope to replace existing restrooms in 2 other parks with Loo’s hopefully in the next couple of years.

Councilor Virginia 'Ginny' DeSorgher, Greenfield, Massachusetts Published in The Recorder
01.01.2023

“I’m thrilled for all the folks downtown that need it and will use it.”

“I’m thrilled for all the folks downtown that need it and will use it.”

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