Firm offers to install public toilets in Dublin city centre for free
Healthmatic aims to get its money back over 15 years by charging the public to use the facilities and renting out the attached coffee shops
Healthmatic, a public facilities provider, is offering to provide ten public toilet facilities to Dublin City Council at no cost to the local authority.
The business is proposing installing the facilities with built-in coffee stations. Healthmatic would operate and maintain the facility.
“There’s no doubt there’s a big crisis in Dublin and we have a brilliant solution. Public toilets are key to health and wellbeing. Everybody knows it’s an issue,” Sean Duignan, country manager of...
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