Building and Sustaining Public Toilets - Additional Inputs

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Swachh Bharat Mission

Building and Sustaining more Public Toilets

1. All petrol pumps and CNG fuelling stations should be required to build and maintain a clean public toilet
2. Each housing society and colony RWA should be asked to adopt at least one public toilet in the vicinity
3. Every market association must be required build and maintain a men and women public toilet in their market
4. Corporates could be asked to build and maintain toilets under CSR and they could be allowed to advertise on the outer walls
5. Corporates must be required to build and maintain 1 or more public toilets in the vicinity of their offices/factories/warehouses
6. All toll gates should have public toilets maintained by the company operating the toll
7. It should be made mandatory for restaurant bigger than 300 sq ft, where people go and sit to have food and drinks, to have a toilet. Otherwise it should not be allowed to function
8. Every Shopping Complex - small or big should build and maintain 2-3 toilets for public use
9. Sulabh type paid toilet complexes should be built next to as many bus stands as possible
10. Fast food joints like KFC, McDonalds, Subway etc. should be asked to open their toilets for general public use.
11. Every public park and garden small or big must be required to have and maintain a clean public toilet. more  

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Let NGO like Sulabh International take up / be assigned this task. Since funding is earmarked by GOI, it is a matter of implementation. more  
In each toilet Mobile number of concerned Govt. officer should be mentioned so that user can complain about the condition of Toilet. Most toilets are without water supply (mostly on highways). Complaint lodged on such number to be resolved within 24 hour and complainant to be informed suitably. Attendant or Occupier of toilets to be penalised if there is more than three complain. more  
Every public place should have a toilet. even Govt. buildings , offices, hotels on road side should have public toilets. These toilet can be maintained by putting advertisement on them. Where this can not possible, these sites can be given to corporate houses under CSR more  
In foreign Countries TOILET, Washrooms are in SUB way, well neat and clean.
yssethi more  
All above U have taken is alright, please ADD ALL BUSSTANDs,Post office,All Nagarmahapalika,/nagarpalika, schools etc
2--All maintenance and cleaning/washing are to be born by them only
yssethi more  
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