Ceredigion and toilet turnstiles excel in provision of public conveniences

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Ceredigion County CouncilThe annual Loo of the Year Awards (LoYA), which is promoted by the British Toilet Association (BTA), rewards excellence in the provision of public conveniences. The awards are open to all ‘away from home’ toilets in any one of the sixty different entry categories listed, including many sections for local authorities. Among those defending their titles this year will be Ceredigion County Council, on the west coastal tip of the country, which in 2009 scooped a LoYA Champions League Standards of Excellence. This is presented to any organisation or local authority with ten or more entries and winning five or more 5 Star Awards and who, in the opinion of the inspectors, are maintaining a consistently high standard of management in all their LoYA entries.

From one winner to another – Access Control Wales, whose parent company has won many national and regional awards, promotes the provision of toilets for the public through modern Access Control technology such as its. Many councils or other organisations are forced to close their toilets because they cannot afford it or they not allowed to install turnstiles because of legislation.

But by going into partnership with a local company or using Access Control Wales, they can solve this. Contact our sales staff for more details.

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