“It is an innovative solution to a seemingly universal problem. ” Portland, Oregon, spent $250,000 to reinvent the public toilet – and it worked / Published in Business Insider
““You get just enough privacy,” said Johnson. “Based on Portland’s experience, this public toilet doesn’t just work well for homeless people — it works well for everybody.”” After embarrassment, Seattle finds public toilet that’s just right / Published in The Seattle Times
“Cintas’ spokesman Rod Farquharson said the Victoria Loo isn’t known for being lavish, but the stainless steel, unisex toilet provides an eco-friendly, convenient and free service that appealed to the most voters. “This is probably one of the quirkiest contests to follow, but you can’t deny that there is a strong relationship in business success between offering a clean, friendly, convenient washroom that’s accessible to customers, and in this case, to the community,” he said.