People might not change their nauseating habit of peeing on the roads and around the trees or buildings; rather municipalities teaming up with designers will have to come up with some functional designs to curb the antisocial behaviors across the world. Providing a solution, designer Stephan Bischof has just popped an experimental installation called “Wheelie Bin Urinal” to create public awareness of the common problem of public urination. Completed under the MACP Designrat Project, the bin urinal explores way outs to facilitate the legal act of urinating in public in designated areas.
Blending with the urban landscape like a large commercial waste bins, the Wheelie Bin Urinal channels the urine to a base where a tray with dried garden grass or wood ash, from a household furnace, absorb the liquid to create the bio-fertilizer enriched with nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium. Much like the Axixa and the Pee-Tree, earlier covered in the blog, the bin urinal reins the unhygienic street behavior of the people and keep public places clean and hygienic for the passersby.