Public conveniences in many cities are scarce, unsanitary, and frequently inaccessible to the disabled. During ten years of development and engineering, Wall’s team took onto consideration comfort, hygiene, accessibility, cleanliness and security, as well as quality and design. The result: the world’s smallest footprint for a self-cleaning, fully automatic toilet. The ergonomic design and technological conveniences of Wall’s automatic public toilet create and amenity that allows all individuals, regardless of disability, to meet their needs in an easy and efficient manner.
The benefits of Wall’s Automatic Public Toilet include:
-Much needed public conveniences for residents and visitors alike
-Public toilets for everyone, including those with disabilities
-Stylish and technologically advanced facilities that improve the quality of life in the city
The toilets have self-cleaning bowls and floors, which are sanitized after each use. Additionally, they are serviced three times a day for inspection, cleaning, and system checks. They are universally accessible and meet all ADA standards. At present, there are five toilets in the City of Boston. By the end of 2004 another three will be installed. The 100,000 flush mark was reached in November 2003. The Automatic Public Toilets are used over 100 times a day in Boston.