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Rebus Restrooms build top quality public amenities structures, from single pan toilets to large architecturally designed facilities for high use applications. We produce these facilities using Precast Concrete- a durable, solid building material with many inherent benefits. Our prefabricated construction methods mean your new facility arrives onsite as a finished unit- ready to be connected and put to use.

We have a vision to improve the overall experience of users of public facilities in Australia, and have teamed up with Permaloo – the leading public toilet manufacturer in New Zealand – to bring this vision to reality.

Why use Rebus Restrooms?

1. Built to Last

Rebus Restroom public toilets are built from durable, complementary materials such as precast concrete, stainless steel and sustainably sourced timber. The results speak for themselves: robust, vandal-proof buildings that can withstand even the harshest bush and beachfront environments.

2. Easy to Maintain

Your time is precious, so it’s important that your public toilet facilities are simple to manage and maintain. We recommend the highest quality finishes and fittings for your project, to ensure an easy-to-clean facility which requires minimal ongoing maintenance.

3. Unbeatable Life Cycle Cost

Today’s economic environment focuses on driving down initial

Shiromani Akali Dal won’t be mute spectator to MSP tinkering: Sukhbir Badal


SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal on Saturday said his party will never be a mute spectator to the injustice of tinkering with the regime though he did not see its possibility.

The SAD chief made the remarks days after state Chief Minister Amarinder Singh feared that the Centre’s two recent ordinances, providing for barrier-free trade in farming produces and assured prices for them, may be precursors to disbanding the MSP regime.

Badal said his party will never compromise on the issue of assured procurement of farmers’ paddy and wheat by government agencies at the MSP as it was a question of life and death for the beleaguered peasantry.

The SAD is in the government at the and will ensure that the interests of Punjabis in general and farmers and other poor segments in particular are fully safeguarded, said the former deputy chief minister.

The chief, however, added that he did not see any threat to the present MSP regime at this stage.

But if at any stage, the MSP and assured procurement are tinkered with, the SAD will

Assam blowout: India ropes in American expertise to put out the fire


In order to contain the Baghjan blowout and fire, the ministry of petroleum and natural gas (MoPNG) has now roped in the US Department of Energy (DOE) and specialists in oil and gas disaster control from that country.

Senior officials of the ministry, along with top executives of Oil India and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), the Crisis Management Team and other experts held detailed discussions with senior officials of the US Department of Energy (DOE) and US specialists on oil and gas disaster control on Saturday on containment of the blowout and fire in the gas well of Oil India (OIL) at Baghjan in Tinsukia District of

It was on May 27 that a producing well by at Baghjan Oilfield became very active while work-over operations were on leading to uncontrolled release of natural gas. Later on June 9, two people were killed and four others were injured due to the massive fire that erupted at the site. Singapore-based Alert Disaster Control, one of the largest disaster management in the oil and gas sector, has already joined the team of experts from and OIL. Experts

Fresh Lebanon Protests Over Spiralling Economic Crisis


Dozens of demonstrators angered by a deepening economic crisis rallied for a third consecutive day on Saturday after a night of violent riots sparked condemnation from the political elite.

Rallying against the surging cost of living and the government’s apparent impotence in the face of the worst economic turmoil since the 1975-1990 civil war, protesters gathered in central Beirut, brandishing flags and chanting slogans.

In the northern city of Tripoli, young men scuffled with security forces who fired rubber bullets to disperse crowds.

The stand-off began after young men blocked a highway to prevent a number of trucks carrying produce destined for Syria from passing through, according to the official National News Agency.

The Lebanese Red Cross said it treated nine people wounded in Tripoli.

The rallies came ahead of a speech by Prime Minister Hassan Diab at 1500 GMT.

“We are here to demand the formation of a new transitional government” and early parliamentary elections, Nehmat Badreddine, an activist and demonstrator told AFP in central Beirut.

Lebanon is caught in a spiralling economic crisis, including a rapid devaluation of the Lebanese pound, which has triggered a fresh wave of demonstrations since Thursday.

Lebanese media reported that the exchange rate

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