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New signs will be provided to public toilets

2022 Jul 01, 12:24, Kathmandu

The Kathmandu Metropolitan City is going to provide signs to all the public toilets that have agreements with private organizations within the month of July.

The first municipal council meeting chaired by Kathmandu Metropolitan Chief Balendra Shah has signed agreements with 33 private organizations to operate public toilets. Chief of Administration Mahesh Kafle informed that the party is working to put the same mark on all the agreements to make it easier for the general public.

To make it easier for users to identify public toilets, everyone is going to have the same sign. Only after placing the sign will the public be able to use the toilet of the contracted organization. The symbol is a blue background in a circle, with the word 'public toilet' written in white in Nepali at the top. In the middle, there is a white sign for men and women. At the bottom of the sign is written 'Public Toilet' in English. According to the party, the public can use the toilet on the basis of the sign.

As per the agreement, about 200 toilets will come into operation. In which 100 have been marked and others are also being marked. In collaboration with business organizations that have shown interest in bringing it into public use, Kathmandu Metropolitan City is about to bring 250 toilets into public use. The organization will be responsible for the maintenance and sanitation of the toilets provided in this way. One representative from each side has been appointed to monitor the condition of the toilets. The metropolis has stated that they will prepare and submit the report every four months.


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