The Best Positioning for Portable Toilets at Events

Renting a portable toilet is essential for anybody throwing a large outdoor event, however if you don’t know what you are doing they can be a logistical nightmare. The first thing you need to do is estimate how many mobile toilets you will need, decide where to place them and where the most convenient location would be, for your guests. When it comes to deciding where to place your mobile toilets remember to adhere to local sanitation laws. This can be challenging and daunting, luckily Comfort Loos will be able to give you advice, as to where the best positioning would be for your portable toilets. Below are a few tips to help you find the perfect location for your portable toilets.

When it comes to placing portable toilets the key is to keep sanitation in mind. Make sure that the portable toilets are easily accessible but also be mindful that you want to keep bad smells and other sanitation issues to a minimum. If you are planning to have a large event that covers a large area, place portable toilets in several sections, making sure portable toilets are accessible to all of your guests no matter where they are, but also remember to place them in a way that they do not block emergency vehicles. Having a representative from Comfort Loos never hurts to make sure everything is running smoothly and to provide onsite maintenance as needed.

If you’re organizing a smaller event, you will only need one or two portable toilets for your event. Ideally place your portable toilets in the same are that is selling food or drinks or near any seating locations. Make sure the portable bathrooms are not too close due to sanitation reasons and nobody wants to think about eating food too close to a bathroom.

Finally, when it comes to finding a place to put your mobile toilets it is not as simple as keeping them close and accessible to your guests. There are a few restrictions and limitations as to where you are allowed to place your mobile toilet. They need to be placed within 25 feet of where a maintenance truck can park for easy pumping and servicing and they need to be placed on dry level land.