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    Hygienic’ Carts Launched for a Better Street Food Culture

    Pravit Rojanaphruk
    Khao Sod English

    BANGKOK — New street food carts unveiled Wednesday by a university come with a promise to make the food culture cleaner and more friendly to the environment.


    Seven prototype carts handed to seven vendors at an event today feature built-in sink, stainless steel kitchenware, a ventilation system, lights, and a tank to store wastewater instead of disposing them into public sewage. Each cart can be either plugged into any electric socket, or run on battery power.

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    will they still be left parked outside overnight to be overrun by rats, cockroaches, stray cats and other indigenous vermin until they are collected and loaded up again the next morning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    will they still be left parked outside overnight to be overrun by rats, cockroaches, stray cats and other indigenous vermin until they are collected and loaded up again the next morning?
    At least with street food you can see the vermin. I have no confidence that the average mom and pop food shop has a kitchen any cleaner than a roadside stall.

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    and a tank to store wastewater instead of disposing them into public sewage.


    And where will they empty these tanks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    will they still be left parked outside overnight to be overrun by rats, cockroaches, stray cats and other indigenous vermin until they are collected and loaded up again the next morning?
    Of course.


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    Blimey they're talking clean street food, takes some getting used to, will probably end up killing more than the virus.

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