Anyone considering visiting London will no doubt be fascinated to know that "45,460 litres of urine is at risk of ending up in the city's streets and alleyways through irresponsible and anti-social behaviour."
Their proposed solution? "Sat-Lav" - an SMS service for which you pay a subsidised 25p to receive a text that tells you the nearest location with opening times.
Yet another example of the public sector acting without thinking and presuming behaviours that have no correlation with reality. There's no mention of co-ordinating times and locations, so you're quite likely to be sent information of a closed convenience and there's no thought given to changing attitudes - just an assumption that people will use the service.
But hey, it's got a cute name and justifies a council-sponsored "innovation" competition, so that's alright then.