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?
While we’re not sure what Google search or school assignment brought you here, if, like us, you’ve wondered how toilets first came about and how they have evolved, you’re in the right place. Welcome. Let’s dive right in.
Portable toilets and septic tanks are built to be self-sufficient and use resources as efficiently as possible making them both an affordable and sustainable choice for events, homes and even some worksites.
We all spend a fair share of time visiting bathroom stalls in our lifetimes. And while the goal is generally to get in and out without much fuss, if there ever was the right context for a little toilet humour, this is it.
We all use toilets every day, and yet they don’t exactly form part of everyday conversation. As often as we frequent them, there are some surprising and startling facts that most people simply don’t know. Here are just five that might make you say: ‘What the flush?!’
Global travel is all about taking in new experiences and embracing different cultures. And sometimes, some of the most unusual surprises are waiting behind public bathroom doors.
Your home can be the perfect venue for special events like milestone birthdays, graduations, reunions or even an intimate wedding. It’s great to have everyone in a relaxed environment, and you can avoid the cost of venue hire.
Whether you’re hosting a corporate function or a big beer fest, it’s becoming increasingly important to consider the environmental impact of your event and how to lighten your footprint.