This year the World Toilet Day 2022 focuses on sustainable sanitation and climate change. Climate change is getting worse. Flood, drought and rising sea levels are threatening sanitation systems – from toilets to septic tanks to treatment plants. Everyone must have sustainable sanitation, alongside clean water and handwashing facilities, to help protect and maintain our health security and stop the spread of deadly infectious diseases such as COVID-19, cholera and typhoid. Sustainable sanitation systems also reuse waste to safely boost agriculture, and reduce and capture emissions for greener energy.
It also selects a different theme for the celebration of World Toilet Day every year. Some of the themes that were used in the past are ” Toilet and jobs”, “wastewater”, “nature-based solutions”, “toilet and nutrition”.
World Toilet Day Quotes
"There are still many countries in the world that cannot provide proper sanitation to its citizens."
"This day reminds us of the fact of how important sanitation and hygiene is in our lives."
"There are many ways in which we can improve the sanitation systems in our localities and we should focus on that "
"As the world toilet day approaches we should keep it in mind to tell those people who are not aware of the various dangers of an ill-maintained sewage system."
"Human wastes have the potential to cause life-threatening diseases."
"It is important to dispose of human wastes properly so that no diseases are borne out of it."
"Composting human wastes is of utmost importance because wastes cause a lot of complications "
"The world toilet day reminds us of the importance to have a healthy and hygienic sanitation system."
"The sanitation system is a major concern of many countries as it is not easy to deal with the wastes of so many people."
"This day provides the opportunity to learn about the various ways we can deal with the wastes that we produce."
"The world sanitation day is a reminder to all the countries of the world about the importance of proper sanitation and sewage system."