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Below are a few "rule of thumbs" and do's and don'ts and general guidelines on how we operate.
The Goal is we plan and carry your mission with out incident and come and go unnoticed.
We treat no mission as the same as the next, each opportunity has different requirements whether similar or not. Key factors for us is to provide a service that satiftisfies the customer and users to a clean expeirence. What keeps this possible is a trained team on our part and basic principles and accessibility to the unit.
For weekly or monthly rental units, We clean every unit weekly at a minimum.
This keeps us updated on the status of the unit on a weekly basis to ensure a clean experience.
To be clear, a "clean unit" is NOT just recharging the unit's holding tanking; it also includes a through cleaning and sanitizing of the entire interior including the floor and exterior of the unit. This is our standard, again not just pumping the holding tank.
A standard unit is a typical portable toilet unit as you think of aka porta potty.
An "ADA" unit, commonly referred to in this industry, is an Americans with Disabilities Act Portable Toilet Unit. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires, at a minimum, 5% and no less than one handicap-access unit in each porta potty location so that attendees with disabilities can have proper accommodations.
A lift unit is typically a standard unit fitted with lifting gear which allows a crane or means of lifting the unit from ground level to an elevated work platform or watercraft such as a barge.
A wash station is what it sounds like, it is a stand alone hand wash stations fitted with either 2 or 4 sinks, soap dispenser and hand towels. The unit has a potable water tanks for holding tank for used water. These a serviced weekly as well which consisted of recharging waters, refilling paper towels and soap as needed.
Federal Guidelines do come into play when providing for construction. Specifically Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires below:
If the number of employees is 20 or less Minimum of 1 unit required
If the number of employees is 20 – 200 a Minimum of 1 toilet seat and 1 urinal per 40 workers.
If the number of employees is 200 or more a Minimum of 1 toilet seat and 1 urinal per 50 workers.
When ordering, what is needed is:
Customer Name / Point of Contact:
Delivery Address for Unit(s):
Event Type (Wedding, Event, Construction etc):
Event Length (Date range / time range):
Units and types of units requested: