Portable sanitation provides sanitation facilities where sewer and water hookups are not conveniently available, enhancing the health and environmental factors associated with a project or event.
Portable sanitation conserves water by using only 6 gallons of clean water to contain the 30 gallons of waste generated by a 10-worker crew during one 40-hour workweek. The same personnel, using conventional water flush toilets, could waste up to 2,500 gallons of clean water needed to carry away the 30 gallons of waste they generate.
Portable sanitation provides significant labor savings by minimizing lost labor time associated with leaving a job site to use toilets. The average time needed to make an offsite restroom usage is 7 minutes including travel time. In “Provision of Sanitation Facilities at Construction Sites,” a study done by the University of Missouri-St. Louis, contractors earned an 850% return on their investment in portable toilet facilities.
Outdoor workers who appreciate clean toilets have higher productivity and morale.
Assures site and building owners and investors that clean conditions are maintained on their property.
Special Event, Long-Term Benefits
Portable toilets are an ideal solution for where permanent restrooms are not feasible or to supplement their use. Temporary restrooms help eliminate the costs associated with building and maintaining permanent bathroom facilities.
At outdoor events, portable toilets in adequate numbers will generate revenue for event organizers because spectators will stay longer.
For a single day or weekend event, temporary restrooms can help accommodate guests at outdoor parties and minimize traffic inside the home and alleviate stress on septic systems.