If there is one place in the world that every human being visits on a daily basis without fail a couple of times a day it’s the – TOILET. The humble toilet was invented by Thomas Crapper and the 19th of November every year is celebrated as World Toilet Day. Some of the more popular names for a toilet are bathroom, washroom and lavatory. Toilets range from being made of gold to make shift ones in the ground.
Today with all of man’s 21st century technology, sanitation still remains one of main health issues in the developing world. We take the hygienic disposal of human faeces for granted but this basic facility is an urgent need in many regions across the world. It is also the major cause for disease and premature death in children.