Sanitation Organizations

There are a number of organizations that PHLUSH admires and/or has collaborated with from all around the world.

Pacific Northwest

  • Portland Loo: The world-renowned public toilet was designed and is manufactured in Portland, Oregon by Madden Fabrication.
  • GreenFlush Restrooms: Family business of PHLUSH President Kyle Earlywine, featuring an active blog.
  • Nature Commode: This Washington state-based company provides dry toilets for events.
  • ReCode: This group conducts research and advocacy for code change for onsite tech and non-potable water reuse projects.
  • Toilet Tech Solutions: Geoff Hill's website is packed with great technical info.
  • Kailash EcoVillage: Portland sanitation-focused, affordable housing community featuring state-of-the-art composting toilets and urine-diverting system.
  • Greywater Action: Group of greywater educators and advocates.
  • Plumbers without Borders: A Seattle-based group of plumbers and mechanical volunteers.
  • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

National

International


From the Blog

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The POOP Project is coming to Portland 2/22/2020!

Straight from New York City, The POOP Project is coming to Portland! How do you break the potty taboo and catalyze creative conversation about sustainable sanitation for the person, planet and world community?  The People’s Own Organic Power (POOP) Project​ has been showing us how, using a brilliant combination of theater,…

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A Report from the Rich Earth Summit

PHLUSH President Hayley Joyell Smith, currently a PhD student at the University of Georgia, reports on the Rich Earth Summit held at the University of Michigan, November 7-8, 2019. She was among the experts – entrepreneurs, engineers, farmers, regulators, researchers and practitioners – who explored the theme “Policy, Regulation, and…

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