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"There isn't a huge demand for people using portable toilets"

It’s been confirmed that the vast majority of portable public toilets have been re...

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14.41 16 Jul 2021


"There isn't a huge demand for people using portable toilets"


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14.41 16 Jul 2021


It’s been confirmed that the vast majority of portable public toilets have been removed from Dublin city centre due to lack of use.  

 This is a complete turnaround from a couple of months ago when people were calling for more public facilities in the capital when outdoor dining re-opened.  

 Green Party Councillor Michael Pidgeon and Alice Leahy of the Alice Leahy Trust chatted to Andrea. 

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