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A cubicle is a space, commonly within a building, that is partitioned or separated off from other areas, normally for privacy or to reduce distraction. It is often used to describe the layout of shared toilets, expressing how each individual wc is separated from the next by a partition, for privacy. It may also be used to describe how partitions are used in office layouts to create smaller individual working areas, to reduce social interactions or disruptions to office workers seated at work stations.
- Approved Document G.
- Earth closet.
- ECA Water Scheme.
- Gas fired toilet.
- Inclusive design.
- Macerating toilet systems.
- Passive water efficiency measures.
- Sanitary accommodation.
- Shared toilet facilities.
- Solid surface wash troughs.
- Types of sanitary appliances.
- Wall hung toilet.
- Water closet.
- Wet room.
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