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Episode 67

Published on:

18th Nov 2021

Sebastian Ortiz

Pete talks with Sebastian Ortiz, a portable sanitation consultant and the expert behind the International Portable Sanitation Observatory (IPSO).

Listen to my interview with Jack Sim at https://www.getflushed.online/episode/jack-sim

IPSO (International Portable Sanitation Observatory) is an information management organization within the portable sanitation industry. IPSO is now the watchman of the European (CEN) and International (ISO) portable sanitation regulatory and compliance matters. Learn more about IPSO at: https://ipsoeu.eu

AirVoteĀ® is a real-time customer feedback service. Customers provide instant service feedback by scanning a QR smiley with their smartphones. Thanks to easy setup and simplicity of use, ArVote QR smileys can be found in thousands of public restrooms worldwide, connecting businesses in real-time with the actual users of the facilities. Learn more about AirVote at: https://air-vote.com

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Get Flushed
The World's Favourite Sanitation Podcast
Sanitation (the management of human faeces, urine and menstrual blood) might not sound like an appetising topic for a podcast, but the truth is, everybody has to go to the bathroom.

The lack of proper sanitation is recognised as one of the biggest threats facing the world today. The problem is not simply confined to emerging nations or remote communities. It affects us all.

Originally created to help portable restroom operators improve their performance, Get Flushed has become the place for serious conversations about sanitation. In each episode, host Pete explores the mechanics of the global sanitation industry and pushes to improve restroom standards for all.

Get Flushed shares the knowledge, skills and experiences of toilet users, manufacturers, restroom operators, engineers, researchers and sanitation champions to improve the performance of sanitation-based businesses worldwide.
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