Nothing can ruin your day faster than the crushing realisation that there’s no toilet paper. Panic sets in. Beads of sweat suddenly start to form on your brow. You consider all the options, like: “Do I really need both of my socks?”
Life can be stressful and overwhelming at times. There are only a few places where you can escape to find a safe, quiet space, where no one would ever dream of disturbing you. Enter everyone’s favourite place of solace, also known as, the toilet.
Portable toilets are a necessity for all work sites that don’t have access to plumbing. From construction sites to the agricultural and mining sector, portable or temporary toilet facilities are essential in providing for workers’ basic rights. If you’re looking for your next hire, here’s what to consider:
Let’s be honest. When you think of portable toilets in the heat of summer, you’re probably not being reminded of the sweet scent of blooming flowers and freshly cut grass.
Porta loos aren’t only for music festivals and concerts. With a wide range of options available that can cover any need, porta loos and trailers are often the most cost-effective and convenient way to offer additional facilities in many different circumstances.
When you think of a porta loo, a few things probably come to mind. And they’re probably not all positive. We understand – the history of the temporary loo is not exactly (how shall we put it?) … clean. Early portable toilets were made of materials that clung on to odors and they weren’t emptied often – or at all.
Planning the total number and type of porta loos to have at an event may be fairly low on the average event-planner’s to do list, but it can have a huge impact on the overall event experience. Hiring the wrong number and type can lead to long queues and very disgruntled guests.
Weddings in 2018 are all about creating unique, authentic experiences that do away with some of the glam and opulence, in favour of more intimate, meaningful celebrations.