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That being said, a neighbor who lives across the street from Dolores Park and has a clear view of persons using the pissoir from his kitchen window is a named plantiff as well, alleging that the presence of the pissoir has negatively impacted the value of his home. Ironically, this story is connected to the one just below it. It will provide inspiration and something to aim for. While the design could perhaps be better and offer more discretion, these are seen and used in a number of large European cities. Not a big deal there.

Dolores Park's public pissoir prompts suit

Can San Francisco Stop Public Urination with Paint That Pees Back?

Hey, did you know that the city of San Francisco opened its first public, open-air urinal a week ago? I did. As a connoisseur of toilets, I like to keep up-to-date on all worldwide toilet news and affairs. So the second I found out about this urinal, I knew I had to try it. Now, building an outdoor urinal is something of an admission of defeat for a city that has a sizable vagrant population, and few ways to control the flow of urine from that population. And so I set out yesterday to test out the urinal and take my first fully legal outdoor piss.

Can San Francisco Stop Public Urination with Paint That Pees Back?

Composting toilets are great for the soil, but could they also help put an end to public urination? Which is why we were pleased to discover a new movement on the toilet-to-farm front: public urinals that collect pee and return the nutrients to the soil. In our opinion, that alone is a good enough reason to install more public urinals, but the municipalities working on this have another angle in mind, as well. The composting pee planters and other such urinals below will hopefully have more of an allure for drunken dudes who just need to let it rip. Non Necessary cookies to view the content.
Uroflowmetry is a test that measures the volume of urine released from the body, the speed with which it is released, and how long the release takes. You will urinate in a urinal or toilet fitted with a machine that has a measuring device. You will be asked to begin urinating after the machine has started. When you finish, the machine will make a report for your health care provider.