Park Bathrooms

Many managers, as well as park and recreation users, believe that germs, bacteria and viruses are lurking just about everywhere in public restrooms–including toilets, doors, faucets and urinal handles. Some have even gone as far as placing placards in restrooms, encouraging users to “use a paper towel when opening and closing doors,” all in the interest of protecting public health. While it is true that a wide variety of germs and bacteria–including staphylococcus, E. coli, hepatitis A and the many …


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