Options For Renting Portable Toilets

Posted on: 8 December 2015

Portable toilets can be used for a variety of reasons. Most commonly, you'll find them on construction sites where workers are busy working and do not have any access to interior bathrooms. These light weight toilets can easily be relocated as needed and can be rented on a daily or monthly basis and sometimes for even longer. They provide an affordable way to get restroom access to people while they are outside.
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Understanding The Dangers Of Working As A Sewage Diver

Posted on: 19 October 2015

If you are in charge of managing or running a large business or housing complex, then you may know that you need to hire a special professional to take care of sewage and septic issues. If there is a serious issue with a main sewer line or a serious crack in an industrial sized septic tank, then a diving professional may need to be dispatched. This professional is a HAZMAT certified diving specialist who will physically enter the septic tank or sewer to make the necessary repairs.
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Toilet Facility Tips For Your Next Outdoor Event

Posted on: 13 October 2015

A large event can put a lot of stress on your facility's plumbing. If even a portion of the event is slated to occur outside, portable toilets can provide an alternative to your building's restrooms. The following tips can help you get the most out of this option. Tip #1: Know Your Numbers The rental company will ask you how many visitors you expect daily during your event and how many hours the event runs each day.
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3 Mistakes You May Be Making Which Could Ruin Your Septic System

Posted on: 8 October 2015

Keeping your septic system is good shape is vital to the functioning of your home. However, there may be things that you're doing which could ruin your system and you aren't aware of them. Here are just some of the mistakes you might be making. Never Pumping Your Septic Tank If you have never had one before, you may not even know that you need to have your septic tank pumped until sewage starts backing up into your house.
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