New Toilets Opened Across the Waikato District
15 January 2013
New Toilets Opened Across
the Waikato District
The opening of a
replacement public toilet at Elbow Reserve on the Waikato
River brings to four the number of new and replaced public
toilets installed in the Waikato district in the past year,
as the council responds to a request from residents for more
Elbow Reserve adds to the recently new
public toilet at Rangiriri and replacement in Wainui Road
Raglan, and Raglan Wharf as part of the rebuilding process.
A replacement public toilet is proposed for Mercer in 2013
while a major upgrade for the Te Kauwhata public toilet is
planned for 2014.
All the toilet upgrades were undertaken
after feedback from the annual residents survey indicated a
need for better public toilets across the district, Water
and Facilities general manager Richard Bax said.
customers were telling us that it is important for the
district to have modern, safe and clean public toilets, and
we have listened and responded to that feedback,” Mr Bax
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