The festival offers more than 150 flush toilets, more than 500 chemical toilets and several "pee zones" marked with pictograms. Take advantage of the fact that they are touch-free, open air and without constraint. Toilets for the disabled are also available at the festival. Supplier companies provide the maintenance of chemical toilets 24/7. The organisers try to provide a sufficient amount of toilet paper in the toilets; just to make sure, we recommend that you bring a roll of your own. Showers (164 heads with hot water) are located in the hygiene centres opposite the Urpiner Stage and next to the Orange stage. Washrooms are located nearby. Please note that the water in the showers and washrooms is not potable. Drink water from the water tanks (at least 10 water tanks are located within the festival area, regularly re-filled), bars or food stalls. The exception is the washroom opposite the Urpiner Stage where potable water is used. Follow the signs. The festival area is equipped with a sufficient number of waste bins and containers. The cleanliness around the food stalls is the responsibility of the stall managers. Cleaning is done continuously, a complete cleaning of the area takes place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings. We kindly ask visitors to maintain cleanliness in their own interest. Each tent in the tent camp receives waste bags (for separated waste/solid waste) - please put all garbage into them, and when you leave, tie the bags. For more information, see the Waste section. In the event of any deficiencies (toilet blockage, dirt, etc.), please contact the organisers at email@example.com.