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Planning a special event often means providing temporary restroom services for all of the attendees. Here you will find Regular Portable Toilet units, Handicap Portable Toilets, VIP units & Restroom Trailers for your special event needs. Most portable Restroom Trailers have all amenities built in, including, air conditioning, fresh water & lighting.
Looking for Portable Toilet rentals for your construction site? Our portable toilets are perfectly suited, and needed, for every construction site - from the smallest private new construction, to large commercial jobs. Most providers also offer fresh water & waste water holding tanks. Ideal also for truck yards, parking garages, lumber yards, manufacturing plants, and more...
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A Portable Toilet is a self-contained toilet manufactured of molded plastic in a variety of colors and is often used as a temporary toilet for construction sites and special event gatherings.
Portable toilet rentals are typically large enough for a single occupant - usually about 4 ft by 4 ft. and 7 ft high, most companies will have ADA compliant units, which are much larger to accommodate Handicapped visitors and their wheelchairs.
While the units are typically free standing structures, their stability is augmented by the weight of the waste tank, which usually contains an empty liquid disinfectant dispenser and deodorizer. Some include both a seated toilet and a urinal. Most include lockable doors, ventilation near the top, and a stovepipe vent for the holding tank. Leaving the toilet lid open will reverse the flow of the venting of the tank.
Most models include toilet paper or, occasionally, antibacterial hand gel dispensers. It has become common for portable toilets to be paired with a portable hand washing station. These stations provide a foot pump to dispense water to wash one's hands after using the toilets. Soap and towels may be provided.
They are rented to customers by companies that guarantee their cleanliness, and so as a rule are drained, cleaned, disinfected, and deodorized on a regular basis. As they are not plumbed, they do not clog. An average portable toilet is able to hold enough sewage for 10 people during the course of a 40 hour work week before the hold reaches unsanitary conditions.
They are frequently seen at outdoor work sites, particularly construction sites, and large banks of dozens of portable toilets allow for ready sanitation at large gatherings such as outdoor music festivals.
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