Date(s) - 17/11/2015
15 h 30 min - 17 h 00 min
Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
Public Hygiene Lets Us Stay Human. The Livability Committee of the Old Town Chinatown Community Association is hosting PHLUSH Co-Founder Tom Carrollo and Anna Preble, a contributor to the PHLUSH Public Toilet Advocacy Toolkit. Following a discussion of the remaining toilet challenges facing this historic neighborhood and its entertainment district, Tom and Anna will present the Toolkit and some ideas of successful steps taken in Portland and cities throughout the world.
To celebrate World Toilet Day, PHLUSH has made the Public Toilet Advocacy Toolkit available for free download here. http://toolkit.phlush.org/ We’re grateful to UN Water for posting last week’s media release. http://www.worldtoiletday.org/2015/archives/1594