If these walls could pee: San Francisco installs urine-repelling walls — RT USA

@chrismarra Actually, in the same plaza that we are testing this in is our new Mission Pit Stop. Check it out! http://t.co/gvbh85fLqt— SF Public Works (@sfpublicworks) July 23, 2015

 

The San Francisco solution to (homeless people) peeing on walls is to make walls pee back, not add public toilets. https://t.co/9sipy0YRru— Aral Balkan (@aral) July 26, 2015

 

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The city’s Department of Public Works has responded to 375 requests to remove urine since January, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, accouting for five percent of public requests made to the department.

 

Testing out a new pee repellent that “pees back” to prevent public urination. pic.twitter.com/6eDJ4w9MWH— SF Public Works (@sfpublicworks) July 23, 2015