Forget ticketing owners who don't scoop — city installs pet toilets2/2/2013
China can't seem to get a handle on ensuring its air is clean, but it has come up with a solution for keeping sidewalks tidy in the Luohu District in Shenzhen: 1,000 public restrooms for pets. Each "toilet" is about one square yard, and they're being installed in "greenbelts" running alongside city streets and parks. Eighty have been built so far, and public reaction to the problem — from humans, at least — has been mixed, according to community website The Nanfang. Some supported the move as a way to help keep the city clean. Other readers didn’t expect them to make much difference. For instance, one reader said the reason for all the dog feces on the street is that "dog owners were all selfish and immoral." [Source]
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