PHLUSH to serve on global technical advisory committee

December 5, 2009
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In related news, PHLUSH will be serving with Clara Greed on a technical advisory committee trying to establish the Global Guideline for toilet design.   The committee is chaired by code officials from South Africa and Australia and coordinated by Jay Peters of the International Code Council.  PHLUSH will be looking especially at CPTED.

PHLUSH has been invited by the World Toilet Organization to serve on a technical advisory committee drafting the Global Guideline for toilet design.

TACThe committee chaired by building code officials from South Africa and Australia and coordinated by Jay Peters of the International Code Council is made of of restroom design specialists from 12 nations.

PHLUSH contributions to the committee will be in the areas of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) and “potty parity”, that is, design criteria for gender equity in toilet access.

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