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World Toilet Organization
 

About World Toilet Organization

Vision

C1ean Urban Public Toilets and Adequate Rural Sanitation for Everyone.

Mission

With a global voice and timely activities, advocate better standards for sustaining environmental sanitation. And provide clean public toilets everywhere without additional duress to our environment.

Introduction

WT0 is a non-profit organization established in Singapore in 2001. The organization communicates  the need for better toilet standards in both the developed and developing economies of the world and provides a service platform for all toilet associations, related organizations and committed individuals to facilitate an exchange of ideas, health and cultural issues.

Today WTO comprises 50 international members including the Restroom Association of Singapore, the Japan Toilet Association, Korea Clean Toilet Association, the Taiwan Toilet Organization, the Australia Toilet Association, Beijing Tourism Bureau and the British Toilet Association.

Activates include

1. Research & development (i.e. Benchmark Toilet Research, in collaboration with

the National University of Singapore);

2. Conferences (i.e. World Toilet Summit, World Toilet Forum & Expo);

3. Training academy (i.e. World Toilet College, in collaboration with Singapore

Polytechnic);

4. World Toilet Day, 19 November of each year;

5. Emergency Disaster projects (i.e. tsunami affected areas of India/Sri Lanka,Banda Aceh and Meulaboh).

Contact Details
World Toilet Organization Secretariat
438A Race Course road
Singapore 218684
Tel:65 62979614
Fax:65 62979825
Email: info@worldtoilet.org
Website: www.worldtoilet.org

 




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