Special Events

Deluxe Restrooms: Ideal for small and large events, this is your basic model for special events.

Restroom Trailers: Provide the experience of a permanent restroom with full running water.

Wheelchair/ADA Compliant Restrooms: Spacious for guests with special needs and perfect for family oriented events.

Hand-wash Sinks: useful near restrooms and food preparation areas.

Construction Sites

Standard Restrooms: Filling your basic need for a restroom on a job site.

High-Rise Toilets: Bring the toilets to your workers on tall building projects.

Mobile Office Sanitation: Incorporate toilets and sinks into your office trailers.

Heavy-Duty Restroom Trailers: Provide the experience of a permanent restroom with full running water.

Hand-wash sinks: useful near restrooms and food preparation areas.

Seasonal and Commercial Locations

Deluxe Restrooms: Your basic portable restroom, welcoming your employees, children, or guests.

Freshwater Flushing Restrooms: For more upscale locations such as restaurants or promotions, this model allows flushing of the toilet.

Restroom Trailers: For the ultimate comfort at your location, provide the experience of a permanent restroom with full running water.

Hand-Wash Sinks: useful near restrooms and food preparation areas for extra sanitation.

Disaster Relief

Standard Restrooms: Your basic portable restroom for relief workers and displaced residents.

Heavy-Duty Restroom Trailers: Provide the experience of a permanent restroom with full running water.

Hand-Wash Sinks: useful near restrooms for extra sanitation

Regulations

FEMA Special Events Contingency Planning Guide (247 pages, 2.2M)

“The purpose of this manual is the prevention of injury, suffering, or death that may occur as a result of poor planning or preventable incidents at public events.
This manual is intended to provide guidance for the management of risks associated with conducting events that involve mass gatherings of people and assist planners and organizers in making such events safe and successful.”
– FEMA, Special Events Contingency Planning Preface

ADA Standards (2 pages, 370K)

Excerpts from the Department of Justice, Code of Regulations 28 CFR Part 36 (Released July 1, 1994)
“This document highlights specific ADA (Americans (with) Disabilities Act) regulations relative to the portable sanitation industry from the original publication released in 1994 by the Department of Justice. It is intended to help aid in the design of custom restroom facilities that must meet federal and nondiscriminatory guidelines for handicapped persons.”

How many restrooms do I need?

For special events, the number of restrooms you need is related to several variables – number of attendees, length by hours of the event, ratio of women to men, and whether or not alcohol will be consumed. Contact us with this information and we will help you determine a good estimate.

The number of restrooms recommended for your commercial or construction site should be one portable toilet per 10 workers for a 40-hour work week, according to ANSI standards.