This new breed of toilets called as E-Toilets by the City Corporation are planned to be set up in the city after approval.
Currently one prototype has arrived at the City corporation office. The insertion of a Rs.2 coin opens the door of the eToilet for the user, the sources said.
This is the new trend of unmanned toilets which would be paid. These are not self-cleaning and water conservation mechanism in the toilet makes it unique but even then a welcome step for the women who face a lot of hardships due to lack of public toilets in the main city areas.
The corporation plans to install 7 such toilets for a sum of Rs.50 lakhs under the 3rd installment of the CM’s special fund.