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January 19, 2009
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Do you consider access to toilets and hygiene a human right?  Aren’t public restrooms essential to urban livability, personal dignity, and public health?  Do you live in a community whose sewered systems are vulnerable to seismic events, climate change or sea level rise?  Would you like to join us in working for sustainable sanitation that restores health to our waters and our soils?

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Public Hygiene Lets Us Stay Human (PHLUSH) 
1240 W. Sims Way, Port Townsend WA 98368
[email protected] Phone: 503.984.4081   Fax: 503.227.4087

Header photos from left to right: PHLUSH in the Under the Autumn Moon Parade, 2007; The Portland Loo; PHLUSH Co-Founder Christopher Yarrow at opening of first Portland Loo, Dec 2008 (photo by the late Charles Maclean) Bicycle rack restroom sign;  early PHLUSH information kiosk.

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    Public Hygiene Lets Us Stay Human (PHLUSH) was founded in Portland and today collaborates with grassroots organizations, environmental activists, and urban planners across North America.

    Through education and advocacy, PHLUSH helps local governments and citizen groups to provide equitable public restroom availability and to prepare for a pipe-breaking seismic event with appropriate ecological toilet systems.

    PHLUSH is a member of the World Toilet Organization and a partner in the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance.

    PHLUSH believes that toilet availability is a human right and that well-designed sanitation systems restore health to our cities, our waters and our soils.

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