All public toilets should have a plaque at the entrance naming the contractor responsible, the name and photograph of the attendant, the name and contact number of his or her supervisor, and the name and contact number of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department official responsible for that district. Photo: Felix Wong
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

The fix for Hong Kong’s dirty public toilets starts and ends with how they are managed

  • The HK$600 million set aside to spruce up toilets under the government’s care will go to waste if the crux of the problem – the outsourcing of the work through a tender exercise that stresses cost over quality – isn’t addressed

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All public toilets should have a plaque at the entrance naming the contractor responsible, the name and photograph of the attendant, the name and contact number of his or her supervisor, and the name and contact number of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department official responsible for that district. Photo: Felix Wong
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