Friday, January 11, 2008
The range of public toilets on offer in today’s average street can be such a turn off, says Shedworking's Northern Europe correspondent Sy Willmer. The filth and the fury doesn’t just stop at council erected conveniences and “super loos” as I’m sure most of are familiar with the blue hell portable toilets even if you have never been to music festivals such as Glastonbury (UK) and Roskilde (DK). Once again advanced shed technology offers the solution and here are some examples I have seen recently. Whilst the polyester clad unit is sympathetically finished in green to suit its rural layby location and the single worker's example is very personal, my favourite is the pavilion style strap on that brings back memories of long hot summers as a boy in Brighton.