Category Archives: toilets
Tedx Concordia in Portland is already sold out, but you can watch Mathew’s startling talk online. It’s gonna be a good one.
Check out our guest post on PHLUSH’s blog. We jammed packed it full of citations and resources for those getting ready for the Toilet Hackathon happening this weekend.
The Sewer Catastrophe Companion is now a part of the official Portland emergency plan! This is all thanks to the great work of PHLUSH.
Our students in the Sanitation, Hygiene, and Integrated Technology lab at PNCA have released the first draft of a hands on guide to managing your own sanitation after an emergency. It’s a fun, fresh, illustrated 16 pager that’s bound to save your ass in an emergency. We’ll be doing some final touches on it with [...]
Our SHIT lab at PNCA has spent the last two months putting together a publication on emergency sanitation. Right as I was headed out the door to go to our final critique I got an email from Carol McCreary of PHLUSH about a survival guide on shit put out by COLORS (yes as in United [...]
The Cloacina Project with design and implementation from PNCA’s graduate students in Collaborative Design created an open source hardware platform for toilets, urinals, hand sinks and privacy screens for portable low cost dry toilets. Recognizing that hardware is only half the problem the PNCA students addressed the user interface by creating a training protocol, help [...]