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National park toilets going green
Public toilets in part of the North York Moors are being given a 50,000 makeover to make them more environmentally friendly.

Waterless urinals, solar hot water panels and electronic sensors on taps are among the features being installed at the Hutton le Hole facilities.

Temporary toilets will be on site until the work is completed in February 2007.

The national park authority said it hoped to update its other public conveniences over the coming years.




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