Carmarthenshire County Council, UK
With tourism an important factor, the provision of public toilets was important for Camarthenshire County Council. A relatively small town in south-west Wales, Laugharne is nevertheless a tourist destination as the home of the poet Dylan Thomas and a medieval settlement. Due to the small, contained nature of the village, a new installation was not suitable. Instead, the client wanted to convert an old installation at the foot of the castle walls into a new public toilet. Danfo provided a Modulet in-build in the existing building, converting it into modern, comfortable public toilets while still preserving the external character. This public toilet provides one fully accessible facility and two unisex toilet rooms.
“Excellent service” — Carmarthenshire County Council 2013
«Their quality is excellent.» — Carmarthenshire County Council
«No, we’ve got no qualms. They provide an excellent service and have an excellent response to anything that has been raised.» — Carmarthenshire County Council
“Would you recommend them to others?” «Certainly» — Carmarthenshire County Council 2012
«This is the sixth year running we have been recognised in the Loo of the Year Awards which shows that not only is Danfo — which manages the toilets — providing high quality facilities but maintaining them to extremely high standards.» — Carmarthenshire County Council 2012