Japan is readying to lift the lid on what could be its most effective global marketing gimmick yet: the high-tech toilet seat.
They call them frogmen. Their job is to climb into 8-foot-deep pit latrines, empty them with a bucket, then cart away mountains of human waste.
The site that sells everything from toilet paper to toys can now send you on a romantic getaway.
British people have been urged to stop flushing wet wipes down the toilet after a 50 percent surge in the number found in a beach survey.
The leader of German electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk has sued a company for dubbing its new electric smartphone charger with the same name as the band.
Ants may use the corners of their nest as 'toilets,' according to a study published February 18, 2015 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Tomer Czaczkes and colleagues from University of Regensburg, Germany.
In order to cut down fewer trees and avoid wasting water, a group of young Mexicans designed a system that converts used PET bottles into mineral paper or peta paper, which is biodegradable and meets quality standards required ...
India's government Wednesday announced a nationwide scheme to check whether people are using toilets as part of a cleanliness drive championed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Yes, that was a large inflatable toilet standing outside the United Nations headquarters. It's World Toilet Day.
The Japanese government is calling on its citizens to prepare for the worst-case scenario, should a major disaster hit the quake-prone archipelago: Stockpile toilet paper.