Janitorial Services – Lack of Toilets and Sanitary Conditions

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Do you know why we are promoting World Toilet Day?  It is not to celebrate the toilet but to educate the world that there is a lack of toilets in some communities.  A lack of toilets and hygiene and sanitary conditions in some countries.  You don’t know the importance of a toilet and sanitary disposal, until there isn’t one.  Take some time to find out more about the Theme of the 2016 World Toilet Day:

Toilets and Jobs.

 
“This year’s theme focuses on how sanitation, or the lack of it, can impact on livelihoods. Toilets play a crucial role in creating a strong economy, as well as improving health and protecting people’s safety and dignity, particularly women’s and girls’.” 

Working Toilets are Essential

By simply having good, working toilets in schools and workplaces, this will give people the dignity they deserve, as well as the ability to concentrate on their jobs which can boost  the involvement of people in society.  Let’s help these Working Toilets do their thing in offices, factories, hospitals, schools, everywhere, to save lives, increase productivity, create jobs and grow economies. Help everyone have a toilet by 2030!


There are events going on around the globe to bring attention to the fact that that toilet availability is a human right and that well-designed sanitation systems restore health to our cities, our waters and our soils.  Having access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) can contribute greatly to people’s health and productivity, and to making economies grow. Not to mention that it’s part of the meaning of ’decent work’.

What Can I Do?

What can you do? Spread the word!  Visit www.worldtoiletday.org for more information, resources and stories on what a working toilet can do for a community.
World toilet day infographic - sanitation is important
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