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San Francisco’s High-tech Public Toilet Breaks Down After 3 Days

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A new “space age” self-cleaning public toilet in San Francisco’s Embarcadero broke down after just three days in service.
Published 2 months ago · S F, United States

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San Francisco Rolled Out The Red Carpet For A New Public Toilet. It Broke Down After Three Days

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Futuristic toilet designed to tell a story about 'the forward thinking of San Francisco' broke down just three days after inaugural flush

San Francisco city officials unveiled a new self-cleaning toilet last week. Designed to reflect San Francisco values, the toilet stopped working within days of its inaugural flush. This latest dysfunction in the Democrat-run city casts doubt not only on the whether the designers followed through on ...

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San Francisco rolled out red carpet for new public toilet. It broke after 3 days

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The new and sleek public toilet that unveiled to the public at San Francisco’s...

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