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New Documentary "People Can't Wait" features PHLUSH

  A recent documentary on the innovative new Portland Loo features an interview with PHLUSH Co-Founder Tom Carrollo.  “People Can’t Wait” will be screened on  Wed, April 8 at 7pm the Hollywood Theatre. Tickets will be on sale at the door Old Town Chinatown-based filmmaker Travis Shields of ShieldsFilms produced the short as part of the International Documentary Challenge, which requires filmmakers to produce a short work of 4 to 7 minutes in the space of five days.  The Portland Loo is the brainchild of a team led by Commissioner Randy Leonard, who also appears in the film. The prototype of the innovative street toilet opened on NW Glisan St at NW Fifth in December. It has been applauded by the local community and had attracted the attention of cities from throughout the world.       Says Shields “I am proud to say our documentary “People Can’t Wait” was completed in time and looks great!…. We will find out by March 30th if our film made the final round of judging.”  The filmmakers  new studio is inside Union Station at 800 NW 6th Ave. Suite 206.


Is the Queen City ready to PHLUSH?

No matter one's position in life, the title of that old children's book applies: "Everyone Poops." From a manual laborer all the way to royalty, nature's call is one we all must answer - sometimes more urgently than others! That's why even The Queen City must admit that she's ready…

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PHLUSH is looking for volunteers!

Are you passionate about public sanitation, toilet access, and emergency preparedness? PHLUSH (Public Hygiene Lets Us Stay Human) is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help us make the world a better place to poop and pee. The need for public restrooms has never been greater due to the pandemic, rising…

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Public Restrooms and COVID-19: Guidelines for Reopening

June 29, 2020 The re-opening of the economy during the continuing COVID-19 pandemic depends on the successful re-opening of toilet facilities. Retail businesses, manufacturing firms, trade workshops, food-processing units, schools and universities, and government institutions must protect people from the SARS-CoV-2 virus. And they are in a position to support…

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