In his weekly column "The FlipSide", local blogger Belmont Lay lets loose on local politics, culture and society in his weekly musings. To be taken with a pinch of salt and with parental permission advised. In this post, he tackles the topic of rating toilets.
The National Environment Agency (NEA) will be conducting more inspections of loos for their cleanliness after the Restroom Association of Singapore (RAS) recommended a compulsory grading scheme to be implemented for all public toilets.
Currently, toilets get inspected once a month. This is expected to increase to three times a month for dirty toilets.
What a giant leap forward for mankind, right?
In fact, getting NEA inspectors to rate the cleanliness of toilets is the most primitive idea I've encountered since last week.
That was when someone thought it wise not to lay out a time frame for calling for a by-election in Hougang.
But I digress.
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