At this toilet at Chiingis Khaan airport (ULN) in Ulaanbaatar, which had a bin for toilet paper, there was a sign appearing to say that it's ok to either use the toilet, or the rubbish bin, for disposing of toilet paper. There's text in Mongolian, but not English. The concept of someone voluntarily choosing to use a bin seems surprising, though I understand people doing so to avoid damaging the plumbing in several countries. Did I interpret the sign correctly?
No; this sign means you have to use bin for disposing of toilet paper. I used Google translator to translate the text on signs:
- 2nd sign means "Don't forget to flush".
- 3rd sign means "Use trash bin for toilet paper and napkins".
It's strange that an international airport does not double text on signs in English.