In 2007, South Africans were exposed to the first rounds of load-shedding. Back then Eskom said that the energy crisis would be resolved by 2012, but our only regret is they haven’t asked to hire loos from us for their construction sites, since then.
Hand-sanitizer will help limit the spread of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19. But the prices of hand-sanitizer are going through the roof, are there other ways to ensure you’re safe? Here are the top suggestions from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
COVID-19, or the Coronavirus disease is officially here and uprooting our lives. As everyone is starting plans to self-quarantine, some businesses and industries can’t afford to stop working or production. Our first recommendation is obviously to stay at home. But we can help with some advice to keep your skeleton staff moving – slowly.
We understand those not in the industry, or just general South Africans, won’t know the difference between porta-potties and portable toilets. We decided that, as South Africa’s leading portable toilet hire outlet, it was time to set the record straight, so when you come and sit with us at our Johannesburg or Polokwane offices, you know what ablution solution you’re looking for.
It’s the decision that has ruined marriages, divided families and janitors around the globe: Whether or not you should have a wooden or plastic toilet seat. In our business, we’ve discussed it and gone with the majority of our for-hire portaloos being equipped with plastic seats. But if you want a wooden seat for your event, let’s say we won’t poo-poo your request. After all, we provide the fanciest rent-a-loos in the Gauteng area. Also, the most practical. So, if you’re not sure which side of this age-old debate you fall, let’s help you decide – RIGHT NOW!
One priority is to keep our water closets, spick and span and smelling like a bed of roses, literally. After all, your guests deserve the best ablution facilities when taking care of their business. But how do we keep these levels of fragrance and cleanliness?
Relieving oneself is natural and normal. We all do it. We have to. But have you ever stopped to think about the benefits? We are always told, “It’s bad to hold it in”, but why exactly? Can bladders really explode? Will we die? What’s the deal with having a healthy bladder and how do we get one? Let’s find out:
While many traditional camping grounds are equipped with standard ablution blocks, the growing trend of multi-day summer events and tented camps in far-flung locations poses a different kind of challenge for campers. While everyone loves a little down time to ‘unplug’ from everything, no one wants to be without access to basic ablutions.
There’s no such thing as a weird phobia. Many people have them, it’s part of life. Some people have developed phobias from bad past experiences, others can’t quite pinpoint why they’re scared but that doesn’t make it any less real.
The toilet is actually a common trigger for a number of phobias. So next time you’re banging on the door of an unsuspecting, poor soul as you impatiently wait for them to avail the porta-loo, consider this:
“I’ve broken the seal!” The universal signal for friends to know you’re probably going to be heading to the bathroom every 15-30 minutes for the rest of the day or night if you’re out drinking. While it stands to reason that when you’re drinking more, you need to pee more often, but there are quite a few different factors at play that impact when, why and how often you need to go.