Come see us at our booths at the following expos/shows *Presently in support of Operation Harvey Texas/Louisiana Utah Preparedness Expo, Sandy, Utah. September 8th and 8th Family Preparedness Expo, Mountain …
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See us at the “International Emergency Managers EXPO” (IEMEX)
LONG BEACH CONVENTION CENTER
Nov. 15-18 Booth 222
The POT-T story: While traveling to 72 countries (mostly third world) inventor and patent holder Richard M. Diaz, learned through brutal firsthand experience that nearly half the entire planet (some 3 Billion) suffered from a complete lack of proper sanitation. There are places around the world and even right here in the US of A where it is nearly impossible to choke down your breath due to the scope of uncontrolled human waste; tragic on an inexpiable level. POT-T is an immediate affordable solution. SPECIAL PROBLEM: Inner city homeless populations are ever expanding and so is their Hepatitis A. POT-T is a product whose main function is to immediately contain the waste that spreads Hepatitis A.
Traveling the around the world it seemed inconceivable that in these modern times an affordable, practical, waterless and environmentally correct human waste toilet had not yet been developed, given the worlds monumental need for one. After all, we put men on the Moon, whipped several of mankind’s most lethal diseases and harnessed the Atom. So why has this dangerous problem gone mostly ignored or just accepted? In fact, witnessing the environmentally destructive nature of open human waste, say nothing of the global death toll directly attributed to the lack of human sanitation one would think finding a solution would have been priority-one. Alternately, human waste is recognized by worldwide authorities, like the United Nations World health Organization, as a growing disaster threat of cataclysmic proportions; however, nearly all the systems, and methodologies employed have been ‘too-little-to-late’. Rick refused to accept that a way to arrest and control this incredibly infectious, destructive problem born of a basic human condition could not be found.
One thing was perfectly clear. Finding a way to save the lives of millions, including some 90,000 children a year and recoup the very earth under our feet seemed a challenge worth tackling. After an intensive R&D period the Portable Outdoor Travel-Toilet was born (originally titled the Personal Commode). The US Patent Examiner stated, “… the last practical portable toilet was issued in 1937. Congratulations. Wish I had thought of this.” Today, the POT-T is in production and a commercially viable product. Mindful of its potential as a lifesaving tool, a portion of profits will go to supplying areas of the world with this incredibly simple but long overdue health product.
Roughly the weight of a cell phone and the size of a book POT-T fits in a common Backpack. Environmentally safe, strong enough to hold a seated 350 lb person, tough enough to set up in any rough setting yet remarkably comfortable . Domestically it is rapidly becoming a hit. Those who camp in the wilderness, hunt or fish, understand the POT-T is one item they will always carry as part of their gear. Its Disaster Preparedness usefulness is immediately obvious; every emergency kit should have one.
Our national parks, wilderness areas and waterways would be rehabilitated and saved for generations to come if everyone was required to use a POT-T instead of going in the wild. Human waste issues has caused the parks to ban most metal, vinyl, plastic toilet systems because they pose a great danger to the parks environment. Last year 33 million park visitors created approximately 155 million holes along the trails and campsites of our beautiful land.
The POT-T is one of the most important products to come to market since the discovery of penicillin and may in the long run save nearly as many lives. A simple product with an enormous worldwide health impact. Purchasing a POT-T is good for your health, the environment and those in the Third World.