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Ready to make a stink about sustainable sanitation?

Host a screening


Help your community follow the flush! We've compiled a comprehensive Community Screening Guide that takes the guesswork out of creating a successful event. Includes step-by-step instructions plus tips on community outreach, discussion questions, and a handy checklist for the day-of to make sure you've got all pipes flowing in the right direction.

Whether you want to keep it small and intimate, or throw a more robust and multifaceted event, use our helpful guide to make sure your screening is a hit!

Download the full Community Screening Guide PDF here!

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Host a House Party


Interested in sharing FLUSH - The Documentary with friends and colleagues, neighbors or family? Don't have time to organize a public event?

Host a low-key house party! All it takes is an internet connection, a screen, maybe some cables and some comfy space for seating. Throw in warm or sparkling beverages, pizza, snacks or baked treats and you're ready to plunge ahead.

Download the Community Screening Guide for help with invitations, discussion questions and action items to share with guests. Plus, click below to get:

Let us know how else we can help!


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Are you a college professor, middle or high school teacher, or community educator? Watch FLUSH - The Documentary in class, or just screen a scene for content relevant to studies in:

  • water and wastewater engineering
  • environmental science
  • public health
  • history
  • chemistry
  • urban planning
  • psychology
  • global citizenship

The educator guide makes it easy to find the topic / scene you want, and is ready to plug and play with a clearly articulated learning objectives, key vocabulary, creative activities and more.

Download the full Educator Guide with great images here!




Potty training doesn't have to be a nightmare, or create shameful feelings about our bodies and using the toilet. Click here to learn more about Dr. Tom DuHamel's work, including free and downloadable resources, books, and your very own Softy the Poop to love and squeeze. 

Interested in bringing potty-positivity to your nursery school or parent community? Check out The POOP Project's new family musical, Innie / Outie.

Older kids can have problems, too, especially when dealing with dirty school bathrooms. You don't have to stand by while your student and their classmates suffer - neither do your kids. Dr. Tom Keating of Project CLEAN offers excellent resources for better advocacy, and articles to share with parents, administrators, and community boards.



After watching the movie, you may never be able to "flush and forget" again. Now it's time to turn that mindfulness into action that pushes for social change. FLUSH depicts a complicated challenge, and there are no clear, one-size-fits-all solutions. Please consider these a starting place, and share back other ideas and actions you find!

  1. What we flush, drain or pour down the sink doesn’t just disappear. By flushing only bodily products and toilet paper, you can help prevent costly pipe clogs, smelly sewer back-ups, and harmful chemicals from getting into our water.
  2. Feeling pee proud? Save the water, and let it mellow. Sweeten the deal with a neutralizing spritz of Why Flush?
  3. Upgrade your toilet.
    • An easier option? Fill a large water bottle and place it, closed, inside your toilet tank to replace some of the water volume. Any large, sinking object will do; take a tip from your favorite DJ and Drop A Brick.
    • Convert your home toilet to be dual flush. The plumbers from This Old House can show you how.
  4. Replace your toilet.



It takes a village to create, release and promote a new documentary film. Consider supporting the work AND get some cool merchandise in the process. Your donations will go toward getting FLUSH - The Documentary seen by more audiences and paying our creators a living wage.

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Photo by Bridget Badore

Photo by Bridget Badore

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Ready to go even deeper? Many of the experts in this film are available for further questions, speaking engagements, participation on panels, etc. For more information, inquire with each individual, listed in the order they appear.



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