Virgina Zoo has unveiled a new toilet that it says can keep you safer in the future, while simultaneously protecting the environment and the planet.
The toilet, which is designed to stop the spread of disease and bacteria, was created with the help of the American Chemical Society, the Australian Research Council and the Australian Institute of Marine Science.
“This new toilet can also serve as a deterrent to those who would seek to contaminate and destroy our environment,” Virgans zoo director of facilities, Ben Siegel, told the ABC.
The new toilet is made of a carbon-fiber composite and features a small hole where the poop can be dumped and is designed for quick and easy use.
It is designed by the Australian Society of Aquatic Sciences, and was developed using a range of innovative technologies.
It has a built-in camera that takes a photo every 20 seconds and a camera system that allows the toilet to be remotely activated with the touch of a button.
The camera is also designed to be able to be used by humans, making it an ideal deterrent for people who would like to enter the zoo without their proper accreditation.
“We’re making a big commitment to our visitors and to the environment,” Mr Siegel said.
“It’s an important step forward and the most important step in our long-term plan to save the planet and our wildlife.”
Virgana’s new toilet was designed by a consortium of American Chemical society, Australian Institute for Marine Science and the Zoological Society of London.
It will be installed at the zoo on July 3 and is scheduled to be in use by August 1.
Mr Sauer said the new toilet has been designed to provide protection against disease.
“The first thing you do is make sure there is nothing on your hands that could get into your toilet,” he said.
He added the new system was also designed for people with the most advanced hygiene practices.
He said the toilet could also be used as a barrier for the toilet of people with compromised immune systems. “
You should never use your toilet for personal hygiene purposes unless you are in a clean environment, and we have also put extra measures in place to protect our animals from any disease that might be present in the toilet.”
He said the toilet could also be used as a barrier for the toilet of people with compromised immune systems.
But the fact is, we are working towards a future where we are going to have all toilets that are more efficient, safer and environmentally friendly,” Mr Hirsch said.