How Many Portable Toilets Do You Need for Your Event in Everson?

portable toilets in Everson

Are you planning a summer wedding or other outdoor event? Any gathering that takes place outdoors requires portable restroom rental. Even though this detail isn’t the most enjoyable aspect of the event to plan, it’s one of the most important. Here are a few tips to help you rent portable toilets in Everson.

Don’t Skimp

The general rule of thumb is one portable toilet for every 100 people expected to attend the event. Don’t forget to include people hired to help. 

Although this varies by company, portable toilets usually last about 250 uses before they reach capacity. If your event is scheduled to last more than one day, a servicer may need to pump or replace the units.

Factor in These Variables

The number of people and duration of your event are the two biggest factors. However, additional elements come into play as well. If alcohol is being served, trips to the toilet increase 15 to 20%. If your event is scheduled to last only a few hours, you may need less units. Also, check to see if public restrooms are available nearby; this will also affect your numbers. 

Think About These Extras

You may also need to rent restrooms that are handicap-friendly. And, especially because of Covid-19 concerns, you may want to rent hand sanitizer units and handwashing stations. Consider renting one for every four toilets. 

We Provide Portable Toilets in Everson for Your Outdoor Events

Having too few restrooms is a common complaint at outdoor events. To avoid this happening at your event, contact us at Lil John Sanitary Services. Portable restroom rental is an extension of our OSS inspection service. A consultant will help you determine the correct number of portable toilets for your event. We also offer grease trap cleaning services.

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Posted on May 31, 2021 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business