No matter what company they come from, portable toilets have built quite a reputation for being a less than sanitary solution for your events restroom needs. In fact, a recent survey conducted by Pittsburgh’s premier portable toilet suppliers at Mr. John has discovered that nearly ¾ of Americans feel the same. Read Full Post »
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It seems as though whenever you leave the relative safety of the clean bathroom in your own home, there is always a risk of encountering a much less sanitary facility elsewhere. Public restrooms are provided as a convenience for shoppers at malls and in food courts, and for diners at restaurants, and at a great many other public venues as both a courtesy and an intentional strategy to keep you on the premises. If you leave the store because it has no bathroom, that store has probably just lost your business. Read Full Post »
If you are a project or site manager, you are well aware that efficiency on the worksite is a number one priority no matter what the project may be. Keeping efficient on the site will help keep your overall costs down, but many times this improved efficiency comes with sacrifice. Read Full Post »
As an event planner, there are many aspects of logistics that you must take into consideration. This includes the number of bathrooms, as well as the ease of access to the bathrooms. Regardless of the time of year, or whether the event is entirely indoor or outdoor, the indicators below may be a sign that it is time to upgrade your event’s sanitation facilities to a portable restroom trailer.
Aside from the convenience of having clean portable restrooms at outdoor events, remote events, or large events where the indoor toilets cannot keep up with the demand—there are also many environmental benefits of portable sanitation. Portable toilets can be rented both short-term and long-term, and cleaning and maintenance is often included. Whether speaking of a standard porta potty or portable toilet trailers, the environmental benefits below apply. Read Full Post »