Watch this Training Film

February 11, 2014
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Emergency Sanitation and Hygiene

Emergency Sanitation and Hygiene is a training film produced by the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management.  It features PHLUSH Volunteer Mathew Lippincott, talking about the assembly and use of the Christchurch Twin Bucket Emergency Toilet and the Tap-Up hand washing sink.

Click here to watch the five-minute film based on the Sewer Catastrophe Companion, which is available for free download here.

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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.

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    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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