Elegant Whitehaus toilet- A toilet is a piece of hardware used for the collection or disposal of human being urine and feces. Quite simply: “Toilets are sanitation facilities at the user interface that allow the safe and easy urination and defecation”. Toilets could be with or without flushing drinking water (flush toilet or dried out toilet). Elegant Whitehaus toilet They can be setup for a sitting position or for a squatting posture (squat toilet). Flush toilets are often linked to a sewer program in urban areas and also to septic tanks in much less built-up areas. Dry toilets are connected to a pit, removable container, composting chamber or other storage and treatment device. Toilets are commonly manufactured from ceramic (porcelain), concrete, wood or plastic.
Whitehaus Magic Flush e Piece Elongated Toilet from Whitehaus Toilet, source:vintagetub.com
Whitehaus WHMFL3309 EB Magic Dual Flush e Piece Elongated Toilet from Whitehaus Toilet, source:zensinks.com
Elegant Whitehaus toilet
In private homes, the toilet, sink, bath or shower could be in the same room. Another option is to have one room for body cleaning (bathroom) and another area for the toilet and handwashing sink (toilet room). Public toilets contain a number of toilets (and frequently urinals) which are for sale to use by the general public. Portable toilets or chemical toilets may be brought in for large but temporary gatherings.
Whitehaus WHMFL3351 EB Magic Dual Siphonic Flush e Piece Toilet from Whitehaus Toilet, source:zensinks.com
Elegant Whitehaus toilet Many poor households in developing countries use very simple, and unhygienic toilets often, for example simple pit latrines and bucket toilets which are usually placed in outhouses. Globally, almost one billion people have no usage of a toilet at all even, and are pressured to do open defecation (particularly in India). Diseases transmitted via the fecal-oral path or via water, such as diarrhea and cholera could be spread by open defecation. They can also be spread by unsafe toilets which cause pollution of surface water or groundwater. Historically, sanitation is a concern from the initial stages of individual settlements. The Sustainable Advancement Goal Number 6 6 demands “adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all and end open defecation by 2030”.