February 20, 2009, Newsletter Issue #155: Pay Toilets Have Separate Keys For Cleaning And Coin Collection

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Pay toilets may require less maintenance because they are less likely to be vandalized. When itís time to clean the pay toilet, cleaning crews access most coin-operated pay toilets by using a separate access key. The keyhole is part of the door handle. The money and/or tokens are collected by unlocking a different part of the handle with an additional key, so the cleaning crew need not be responsible for, or have access to, coin/token collection unless it is part of their job.

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