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In summer 2010, the Capital Projects section of Parks, Forestry and Recreation contracted a consultant to do a feasibility study, in regards to the bio-toilet project. Two public meetings are scheduled to discuss the consultant's proposals: November 8 and December 1.
The $8000 never-used donated bio-toilet is in storage and ready to install. Considering the standard price tag for a park toilet: $600,000 – and the price tag for the Exhibition Place rainwater-flush-toilet pilot project (over $900,000) – the bio-toilet seems a pretty good pilot project for public places where money is scarce but people still need a toilet.