Wellington Street Public Toilet in Central. Hong Kong has a hygiene problem with its public loos, and most residents place little faith in such facilities. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong’s lowly paid elderly toilet cleaners suffer in silence (and stench) as city struggles with dirty public loos

  • Tender system for lowest bidder in cleaning contracts and lack of public education clogging up efforts to improve embarrassing situation
  • Bad maintenance and lack of job welfare for cleaners raise scepticism over government’s HK$600 million bid to flush away issue
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Wellington Street Public Toilet in Central. Hong Kong has a hygiene problem with its public loos, and most residents place little faith in such facilities. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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