Why Charleston’s Crime-Fighting Toilet Could Set a New Standard

Published in The Post and Courier

Why Charleston’s Crime-Fighting Toilet Could Set a New Standard

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“It was a solution to have a low-maintenance, vandal-resistant public restroom that is just easy to take care of,” Kronsberg said.

“We think it’s attractive, and it’s a really good solution that the Parks Department is going to use for our restrooms into the future,” Kronsberg said of the new commode.

“I like that it’s so unique. It’s kind of modern-looking,” Dota said. “It’s not a brown, it’s kind of a gray. Kind of like the tree bark.”

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