The city of Philadelphia launched an effort to install 35 fully computerized, handicapped-accessible, self-cleaning toilets in some of the cities heaviest pedestrian and tourist areas. According to Philly News, the city would pay nothing for the toilets because the manufacturer would own the advertising rites for the next 20 years.

Restroom visitors will be required to pay 25 cents for 20 minutes in the facility, after which they will be warned to leave before the toilet goes into self-cleaning mode. Those curious in the technology can test out a fully operational sample in City Hall, on loan from the city of Boston, where an existing program is already very successful.

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