public toilet building complaints upkeep attendant cleaned Glass Toilet Turnstiles maintain tight budget coin operation controlling entry high-status environment payment devicesA newly-elected councillor has visited a public toilet building after complaints about its upkeep. Conservative group leader, Chris Wanless, visited the facility in Worksop which is allegedly not fit for purpose. He said: “The toilets should be kept so they are fit for use, otherwise people will get a bad impression of Worksop.” To these allegations the council replied that the toilets are checked every two hours by an attendant and they are cleaned at the end of every day.

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