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.
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:
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.
Flushing is one of the simplest measures for keeping public toilets clean and safe for all those using them. By not flushing, you run the risk of spreading disease and creating a very smelly (not to mention awkward) situation.
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:
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.
If you’ve ever taken part in a large scale sporting event – be it a marathon, a cycle race or a triathlon – you’ve probably encountered a portable toilet. We’ll go out on a limb and guess that it was probably not one of your most favourable bathroom experiences. And that’s okay.
Porta loos are par for the course when it comes to most festivals and outdoor events. Now, thanks to improved technology and some smart water-wise solutions, portable showers are becoming more common, even expected, in a number of instances.
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.