Source Pravda.Ru

High-technology urinals for your convenience

The residents of London, Manchester and Bristol will soon have an opportunity to enjoy the achievements of the human progress, owing to the novelty, which is going to be used in the mentioned cities soon. This is UriLift urinals, equipped with remote control, which will be on the ground at night and under the ground during the daytime. The Dutch invention looks like a hatch lid on the asphalt road, and the hydraulic motor lifts the device up on the surface when the evening falls. The policemen and clerks will have the remote controls. Three men at once will be able to use those self-flushing urinals and as the city services say, the devices will help a lot of improve the sanitary state of those cities.

Translated by Dmitry Sudakov

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