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It's a dirty job: keeping B.C.'s roadside rest stops clean

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A Kitimat resident is upset about the state of restrooms in northern B.C. (Doug Thomson)

Earlier in the week we spoke to Doug Thomson, who has written an open letter to the province about the state of restrooms along B.C. roads.

That prompted many of our listeners to share their own pit stop complaints. So we decided to find out what goes in to keeping an outhouse clean.

Listen to an interview with Ron Marshall of the Ministry of Transportation about taking care of toilets along B.C. highways:

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