Tulagi Township Celebrates Opening of First Public Toilet Facility

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THE Tulagi Public Toilet Facility was officially opened on Wednesday, 26th, in a brief but significant ceremony.

The event saw the attendance of the Premier for Central Province, the Member of Provincial Assembly (MPA) for Tulagi and Minister of Culture & Tourism, Communication & Civil Aviation, Hon. Michael Salini, including the Provincial Secretary, heads of various divisions, and community leaders.

This new facility is the first of its kind in Tulagi Township, marking a milestone in public amenities for the area.

In his address, Hon. Michael Salini emphasized the importance of maintaining the facility. He urged residents and visitors alike to take care of the new public toilet to ensure its longevity and cleanliness.

Premier of Central Islands Province Michael Salini during the opening new ablution block in Tulagi Township. Photo credit @ Richard Sapia

The facility, managed by the Tulagi Ward Development Committee (WDC), is staffed and operates on a user-pay system, with fees set at $2.00 for children and $3.00 for adults.

The Tulagi WDC expressed gratitude to Hon. Michael Salini for expediting the final completion works and cleaning up of the facility, which allowed for its timely opening.

The introduction of this public toilet is expected to greatly benefit both locals and visitors, providing much-needed sanitary services in Tulagi Township. The community leaders highlighted the importance of such amenities in promoting public health and hygiene as well as enhancing the overall experience for tourists.

Residents and visitors are encouraged to use the facility responsibly, ensuring that it remains in good condition for the benefit of everyone.

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