Based on the popularity of the "P-TREE" at Denmark's Roskilde Festival, Dutch design studio Aandeboom is deeming their pilot program (Petri dish?) a success. The company "produced 50 P-TREES in the typical Roskilde Orange color, placed in 2 different spots near the main stage," to the delight (and utility) of "more than 100,000 visitors." The P-TREE is a temporary tree-friendly urinal that can be fixed on every tree using straps and lashings. The P-tree gives a feeling of freedom during peeing. It is the same as peeing into the wild. The hoses from the urinal can be combined and connected on a waste pipe with container. The P-tree is very accessible for festivals, public gardens, events, etc. P-tree and Lashings are available in different RAL-colors.
The summer music festival setting is, of course, the most appropriate place for the "P-TREE"—its natural habitat, one might say. And lest we miss the forest for the trees (or the urinal for the pee): "By using the P-TREE the festivals problem with public peeing was significant reduced."
Teaser video and behind-the-scenes photos (or something like that) after the jump:
Hopefully, next season will see the release of a more discreet woodgrain colorway.