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Toilets on the Navy’s newest aircraft carriers clog frequently, and fixing them costs $400,000 a flush
To tackle "unexpected and frequent clogging," the Navy has to periodically clean the whole toilet system — at $400,000 a flush.
This slanted toilet was designed to increase productivity and decrease smartphone use by being painful to sit on for more than 5 minutes, and people a...
The controversial toilet has a 13-degree slope designed to make it painful to remain sitting for more than five minutes.
Bill Gates just gave Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi an award for building 100 million toilets across India, despite protests from Nobel Peace Pri...
The Gates Foundation gave out a Goalkeeper award to Modi for his Clean India toilet program to a crowd stunned into silence in New York.
From peeing in a ‘roll-on cuff’ to pooping into a bag: A brief history of how astronauts have gone to the bathroom in space for 58 years
A variety of makeshift solutions have been sent into space, including bags, roll on cuffs, diapers, strappy toilet seats, and $19 million commodes.
An Australian city is spending $279,000 on a public toilet for Instagrammers flocking to a blue boat shed
Tourists and influencers alike flock to an unassuming but aesthetically pleasing blue boat shed, but the problem is there's no restroom nearby.
Russia can't actually afford its powerful T-14 tanks, but apparently that's not stopping it from upgrading them with with toilets in an usual upgrade.
A $350 toilet powered by worms may be the ingenious future of sanitation that Bill Gates has been dreaming about
Tiger Toilets run on poop-eating worms and cost less than traditional sewage systems. All they leave behind is water, CO2, and a little fertilizer.
Each year, diarrhea kills about 525,000 children under the age of five. In Senegal, a new system is helping people request trucks to remove poop.
Bill Gates is so obsessed with redesigning the world’s toilets — he brought a jar of poop onstage in Beijing to prove it
Bill Gates is spending $400 million to fund research into a new kind of toilet that doesn't require a sewer system.
"Toilets With Threatening Auras" is a viral Facebook and Twitter page that posts pictures of scary toilets. INSIDER talked to the man behind it.