If you plan on having a big party or event, you need toilets while you’re constructing a building, or you need an emergency toilet, you will have begun thinking about portable toilets.
Portaloos have a wide range of applications, but if you are hiring a portable toilet (or many), there are some important things you need to know for your portaloo to run smoothly.
When Do I Need to Hire a Portaloo?
Portable toilets can be used in many different settings:
• If you are having a large party, portable toilets will ensure that there will be enough toilets for all of your guests.
• If you are running a construction site, it is a legal requirement for you to have a certain number of toilets per a certain number of workers.
• If you are having emergency plumbing done to your home or are in the renovation process, a portable toilet will make sure that you and your family can stay comfortable.
There are several different portaloos for every kind of need. If you are hosting a fancy party, you may want to consider hiring a more kitted-out portable toilet. If you are planning a construction site or a festival, portable toilets from Toowoomba’s E & E Waste will be perfect for you.
Once you have decided on the type of portaloos you require, you should follow some dos and don’ts to ensure that everything works smoothly.
The Dos of Portaloo Hire
Once you have hired your portaloos, the very first thing you need to do is listen and follow any instructions the company you are hiring from gives you.
No matter what you need the portaloos for, all individuals deserve access to clean and adequate facilities, and it is your responsibility to make sure that the portaloos are well maintained for as long as you have them.
If you are hiring portaloos for a worksite, it is a legal requirement that your workers have access to clean facilities. If you don’t have anyone on-site to maintain the portaloos, most portaloo leasing companies, like us at E & E-Waste, offer full servicing, such as emptying, cleaning, and restocking the toilets.
If you require portable toilets for a significant amount of time, make sure that you check whether the reservoirs of the portaloos need servicing. If you are unsure, make sure you keep in regular contact with the portable toilet company so that you can be certain your toilets are working and functioning properly.
The Don’ts of Portaloo Hire
Firstly, once you have hired a portaloo, don’t ignore the instructions given to you by the portaloo company, as this could result in damage to the portaloos that you will have to pay for.
Another very important don’t is to not throw any materials other than toilet paper down the toilet, as this can clog the portaloo. Otherwise, the material will have to be fished out, which isn’t a very pleasant experience.