Concerns about public toilets in India are always in talk. Unlike other countries, India lacks proper public toilet facilities in many states. But there are still some places where toilet for the public is made in a proper and correct manner.
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has set up an 88-seat jumbo community toilet at Juhu Galli, Andheri west, in the K westward, to serve more than 60,000 residents residing in the nearby slums.
Built on 4000 square feet, the toilet has all the amenities like TV, Wi-Fi, and newspaper.
The ground plus one structure has 60 seats on the ground and 28 on the first floor.
The first floor is reserved for men, while the ground floor is reserved for women. There are four blocks dedicated to the specially-abled.
Each family in Andheri can use this public toilet for only Rs 60 per month.
The corporation has also appointed staff to clean the toilet and it will be done 24 hours.
Iside the toilet, there is a waiting area with a television set. The waiting area will also provide free Wi-Fi service to users and in the open space outside the building, saplings have been planted.
The new venture will be helpful for the locals in the Andheri area.