Unused Toilets are Portable School Desks in China

Posted by redcherry | On: Mar 07 2012
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Global warming issue campaigners always shout the slogan Reduce, Reuse, Recycle to everyone around the world. A Chinese toilet manufacturer apparently hears the campaign and applies the idea to the products he created.

Jianguo Gao the toilet manufacturer created school desks from unused toilets. Gao is whether genius or mad when he came up with and eventually materialized the idea.

Gao has found a new way to turn an unused thing into something useful just like what was urged by Al Gore and the comrades. Rather than dumping the unused toilet, he modified it to make it usable again by making some certain platform that act as a substitution for the tank lid.

The genius, or mad, man created a number of portable desks and donated them to some local schools.

Gau made his point clear in defending his peculiar idea. He said hundreds of unused toilets can be saved from the waste treatment facility in the country.

“We have lots of toilets that we would otherwise throw away … It is wasteful, and if we can find a use for them, we should. They are brand new and have never been used so there is no hygiene issue,” he said.

By far, hundreds of portable toilet desks have been given to the schools in his neighborhood. Great job!


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