With the widespread closure of public toilets, you might be under the impression that your local bogs aren’t up to scratch. And it’s entirely possible that you’ve entered some pub or cafe lavatories, only to be greeted by a sight that’s grimy and unpleasant.
But, if a team of academics at Harvard University are to be believed, the Great British toilet is actually ranked 11th in the world.
The Harvard team have created a list of factors denoting the overall quality of a country, including freedom, tolerance of minorities, standard of university education, public health, affordability of housing and quality of public toilets.
A country that cares about its loos
While 10 other countries pipped Britain to the post, it makes sense that we should rank so highly in a list of 133 countries.
The British public, although it enjoys moaning about the state of toilet facilities, enjoy a number of public bodies with porcelain potties in mind.
We’re a country which holds a Loo of the Year competition, while the Public Toilet Association (PTA) has worked tirelessly for 16 years ensuring the integrity of facilities up and down the country.
Our helping hand
And they’re not the only organisation fighting the corner of the high-quality washroom. We’ve consistently prided ourselves on professional facilities which any company could be proud of.
Our company will always strive to keep Britain on the top section of that list – so get in touch to find out what washroom services we can supply to you.