This app lets restaurants and coffee shops charge to use the bathroom (Techcrunch)

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    This app lets restaurants and coffee shops charge to use the bathroom – By Kyle Wiggers (Techcrunch) / Jan 5, 2024

    Thanks to bans on pay toilets dating back to the 1970s, folks in the U.S. have become accustomed to enjoying free public restroom access pretty much anywhere their travels take them. Depending on the town or city, however, free-use bathrooms aren’t necessarily plentiful — or well-maintained, for that matter.

    In lieu of stateside political momentum to build more — and better — public toilets, enterprising developers and entrepreneurs have attempted to tackle the problem in a number of ways. Beyond maps that track the locations of public restrooms, startups like Throne are deploying high-tech, self-cleaning and self-contained portable toilets that can be reserved through a mobile app.

    But what about opening up the many, many business-owned bathrooms that already exist?

    CONTINUE > https://techcrunch.com/2024/01/05/this-app-lets-cafes-and-coffee-shops-charge-to-use-the-bathroom/

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