Neandertal: Artful City WC

The valley area around the Neandertal Museum in Mettmann is to be made more attractive for museum visitors and tourists. This also includes the construction of a new toilet. Therefore, the district of Mettmann invested, among other things, in a city toilet facility from HERING Sanikonzept GmbH.

History meets sanitation: The aesthetic City-WC at the car park near the Neandertal Museum is a real attraction and catches the eye from afar. The motif on the façade visualises themes of the Neandertal and its history, and thus fits in perfectly with the museum's surroundings in terms of theme.
The toilet facility offers users a disabled-friendly unisex cubicle in accordance with DIN 18040 for barrier-free construction, certified by DIN CERTCO. This is also equipped with a baby changing table. Next to the unisex cubicle there is also an extra urinal room with two urinal basins. The furnishing emphasises easy-to-clean, vandalism-resistant materials. Surface contact, on the other hand, is minimised by sensor technology.


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