Friday, September 30, 2005

Human Waste Matters

The Lav Nav

Here is an interesting bit of technology that makes me want to
skip to my Loo, even in the dark. The description, as seen at

'Introducing a solution for a common day problem. It's called the Lav Nav.
Short for Lavatory Navagator.

How this device works is very simple. When you approach it in the dark the
light turns on thanks to its sophisticated sensor. Makes the toilet a lot safer
and easier to see at night without irritating your partner. Bathroom lights can
be painfully bright in the middle of the night. So why switch them on?

Guys, is the girl in your life always complaining that she has to go paddling
after you're been to the loo in the middle of the night? Does she moan when
she falls into the toilet because you left the seat up during the evening?'
If you have to go now, go here

World toilet summit lifts lid on public hygiene
Delegates to the annual World Toilet Summit in Northern Ireland's capital Belfast could be forgiven for feeling flushed this week after sitting down for a three-day debate on the finer points of public sanitation.
Some 350 experts at the summit, which ended Thursday, discussed such
pressing subjects as anti-social behavior in rest-rooms, portable toilets,
and facilities for the blind.

"A lot was achieved, including the finalization of a protocol setting out
global standards for the provision and hygiene of public toilets,"
Raymond Martin, director of the Irish Toilet Association, told Reuters.
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