The effort, which began in 2015 and is spearheaded by President Xi Jinping, brings a slew of cutting edge technologies to public restrooms across the country, including turbo toilets, Wi-Fi, television screens and ATMs.
In some cases, bathrooms are even being outfitted with facial recognition systems to prevent greedy patrons from nabbing extra toilet paper.
Two cities in China have installed the technology, which gives a person between 40cm and 80cm of toilet paper after they scan their face, according to the South Morning China Post.
If a user needs more toilet paper than the allotted amount, they have to wait as long as nine minutes.
The idea is that it will prevent people from taking too much paper and stop others from stealing free supplies like soap, toilet paper and paper towels.