Toilets satisfy the basic human need of elimination. They are a necessity in every business, public space or home and as such are of extreme importance. Baths differ in designs, a method of disposing of waste, water usage, and technology. These differences are especially apparent when comparing those toilets used by organizations with those used in charity works. Showers for organization and charity works vary by far in their designs, water usage, and environmental considerations.
Toilets for organizations are of the highest quality and tend to be the best designs. This is because it is essential for organizations to cater to both customers and staff with their bathroom facilities. Toilets range from the usual flush designs to showers that built-inbuilt in sensors. These toilets are built for ease and convenience and those toilet that includes built in sensors are the most convenient and expensive to install. Some facilities even have customized designs with extra amenities such as hand driers. The kind of toilets installed only depend on the amount of money the organization has to spend. Most organizations are willing to invest in sanitation to make a good impression on staff and customers, furthermore than they are required to provide these facilities. Toilets for organizations are large, comfortable and have an adequate supply of water for cleansing. They usually utilize the best sanitation practices and technology available for the comfort of its user.
Toilets for charity works are usually of the most basic quality providing the basic amenities. They are constructed with minimum resources and do not necessarily follow strict sanitation practices. They can be in the form of a pit with no ability to flush, or they may be disposable containers. Either way, these toilets still do no provide the best protection for its users. The pit latrine is the most basic form of improved sanitation and is the first kind of toilet to be set up if there is no toilet facility in an area. It’s a hole dug in the ground made with a lid to cover it and an area to sit for use. It is normally set up as a stand-alone structure away from the main structures of the area. The facilities normally attract flies due to its foul odor. Most toilets for charitable work like the pit latrine structure, do not even have water for washing hands inside the facility. These pose an increased risk of transferring diseases. The implementers of these toilets try to make special considerations for the environment in these minimal facilities as they do pose an increased risk of contaminating the environment.
Toilets are a basic necessity worldwide. They provide improved sanitation to prevent the spread of diseases and protect the environment from open contamination. The kinds of toilets used in different institutions however differ According to budget. The toilets used for organization works and charity works clearly pose significant differences that reflect differences in social status, access to finance and access to proper sanitation. To fill this gap will be difficult but it is a necessary step towards improving sanitation practices for all to prevent widespread diseases.