Green Pee project to solve public urination

The city of Amsterdam has come up with a creative solution to deter tourists from urinating on the streets. They have installed unique plant pots that act as urinals across the Red Light District and the other hotspots of Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein. This latest move will not only stop tourists from urinating on the walls but also the urine collected would be utilized to make fertilizer.
In total, 12 Green Pees have been installed so far. The urine is obtained for processing and phosphate harvesting from these planters on a regular basis and Richard de Vries, inventor of Green Pee, claimed that it was odourless.

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