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SaTo Stories: SaTo Toilet Pan Brings Safe Sanitation to Rural Haiti

These Haitian siblings ― residents of Pierre Payen, Haiti ― are beaming with pride. They were the first. The first home in Friendship Village with no flying insects spreading dangerous diseases to their family. Also, the first residents in their village to live free from a latrine stench pervading their living quarters.

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SaTo Stories: SaTo Toilet Pan Brings Safe Sanitation to Rural Haiti

SaTo Stories: SaTo Toilet Pan Brings Safe Sanitation to Rural Haiti

These Haitian siblings ― residents of Pierre Payen, Haiti ― are beaming with pride. They were the first. The first home in Friendship Village wi

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SaTo Stories: SaTo hygienic toilet pan improves quality of life in Bangladesh

SaTo Stories: SaTo hygienic toilet pan improves quality of life in Bangladesh

Akhi, a seven-year old resident of Daulatdia, Bangladesh, was mysteriously getting sick again and again. This caused her to be absent from school on a regular

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House Tour: An Architect’s Eco-Shingle Style Home (Video)

House Tour: An Architect's Eco-Shingle Style Home (Video)

Anastasia Harrison, former chair of the USGBC NJ Chapter and founder of &Design, gives American Standard a tour of her eclectic shingle-style home th

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American Standard Engineers Share Insights from Fact-Finding Gates Foundation Mission

American Standard Engineers Share Insights from Fact-Finding Gates Foundation Mission

In August 2012, American Standard had the honor of showcasing one of its latest innovations at the Reinvent the Toilet Fair, hosted by the Bill and Melinda Ga

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Reinvent The Toilet Fair: A Vision for the Future of Sanitation

Reinvent The Toilet Fair: A Vision for the Future of Sanitation

No innovation has done more to raise the standards for health than safe sanitation, yet 2.6 Billion people don't yet have a safe and affordable way to, we

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Interview with Daigo Ishiyama: Gates Project in Bangladesh

Interview with Daigo Ishiyama: Gates Project in Bangladesh

Daigo Ishiyama, Engineer and Industrial Designer, speaks about how his expertise in designing some of the world's leading toilets lead to being chosen for

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SaTo Stories: Sanitary Toilet Pan Brings a Breath of Fresh Air to Bangladesh

SaTo Stories: Sanitary Toilet Pan Brings a Breath of Fresh Air to Bangladesh

Summertime for 10-year old Rasel is hot, sticky ― and very smelly. In his native Bangladesh, the summer brings temperatures of over 90 degrees Fahrenhe

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SaTo Stories: Family Happy with No-Odor Latrine Using SaTo Pan

SaTo Stories: Family Happy with No-Odor Latrine Using SaTo Pan

Recently, Akram and his family outfitted their existing open pit latrine with the American Standard SaTo hygienic latrine pan at his Rajshahi home, a cit

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SaTo Stories: Life Improved, Illness Reduced, with SaTo Latrine Pan

SaTo Stories: Life Improved, Illness Reduced, with SaTo Latrine Pan

For the past three months, Rebecca and her family of four have enjoyed using the American Standard SaTo hygienic latrine pan at their home in Rajshahi, Bangla

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SaTo Stories: SaTo Toilet Pan Brings Safe Sanitation to Rural Haiti

SaTo Stories: SaTo Toilet Pan Brings Safe Sanitation to Rural Haiti

These Haitian siblings ― residents of Pierre Payen, Haiti ― are beaming with pride. They were the first. The first home in Friendship Village wi

Read More

SaTo Stories: SaTo hygienic toilet pan improves quality of life in Bangladesh

SaTo Stories: SaTo hygienic toilet pan improves quality of life in Bangladesh

Akhi, a seven-year old resident of Daulatdia, Bangladesh, was mysteriously getting sick again and again. This caused her to be absent from school on a regular

Read More

SaTo Stories: Sanitary Toilet Pan Brings a Breath of Fresh Air to Bangladesh

SaTo Stories: Sanitary Toilet Pan Brings a Breath of Fresh Air to Bangladesh

Summertime for 10-year old Rasel is hot, sticky ― and very smelly. In his native Bangladesh, the summer brings temperatures of over 90 degrees Fahrenhe

Read More