Don’t overdo it: how to prepare for race day!

November 25th, 2015 (No Comments)

Don’t overdo it: how to prepare for race day! The last thing you want to do on race day is stress out. Break the nerves and be ready to go! Running and cycling requires endurance, patience and strategic planning. Preparation goes a long way from novice runners to seasoned cyclists. Our list of guidelines includes […]

Planning an Outdoor Children’s Birthday Party

November 6th, 2015 (No Comments)

Planning an Outdoor Children’s Birthday Party There was once a time when a kid’s birthday party consisted of pizza, chips, cake, and ice cream. The activities played were games like Pin the Tale on the Donkey and Musical Chairs. Today, however, kid’s birthday parties can consist of magicians, pony rides, and even sushi! Choosing a […]

Seven Steps to the Perfect Outdoor Wedding

June 26th, 2015 (No Comments)

Seven Steps to the Perfect Outdoor Wedding The closer you get to your wedding date, the more excited—and the more stressed—you probably feel. Along with typical wedding day jitters, outdoor weddings bring an added layer of stress: while you can usually predict the weather from a week away, freak summer thunderstorms can still happen. You […]

Decorate Your Portable Restroom

June 4th, 2015 (No Comments)

Decorate Your Portable Restroom for Any Event Every outdoor event that will last longer than a few hours probably needs a temporary restroom. You might also need portable restrooms at parks, construction sites, family reunions, or weddings. They provide a sanitary place where people can “take care of business.” However, no matter how necessary they […]

A Successful Fun Run

October 27th, 2014 (No Comments)

Tips for Planning a Successful Fun Run Planning a “fun run” this year? It takes more work than you might initially think. Whether it’s a 5K fundraiser for the school, an annual local half-marathon, or a well-known marathon for thousands, the principles for a successful fun run are the same. With the right resources and […]

Preventing Biohazards on Construction Projects

October 13th, 2014 (No Comments)

Preventing Biohazards on Construction Projects As a construction worker, you wear a hard hat in dangerous areas, and a mask and protective eyewear when working with particulates. These are all reasonable measures taken to keep you safe from potentially harmful situations. So it only makes sense to take reasonable measures to protect yourself—and fellow workers—from […]

Different Types of Portable Bathrooms

October 6th, 2014 (No Comments)

A Look at the Different Types of Portable Bathrooms The name George Harding might not be familiar to you, but this man has forever made your life easier. Harding was the first person awarded a patent for portable bathrooms in the U.S. and the creator of the first American Porta-John. Since the days of George […]

Parades & Security

September 29th, 2014 (No Comments)

Keeping Parades Safe with Security Guards Parades are meant to be fun, stress-free celebrations where the whole community comes together to enjoy floats, balloons, bright colors, and good music. Unfortunately, whenever a large group of people congregates, the potential for danger is always lurking within all the fun and frenzy. The next time your community […]

Preventing Restroom Vandalism

September 22nd, 2014 (No Comments)

Tips for Preventing Restroom Vandalism: A Go-To Guide Whether you’re planning a concert in the park or a community fair, portable toilets are a must-have for any event. The bigger the crowd, the more toilets you need to keep up with the demand. However, portable toilets are often the subject of vandalism. From love letters […]

Prep Portable Toilets for Germ-Sensitive People

September 12th, 2014 (No Comments)

How to Prep Portable Toilets for Germ-Sensitive People Most people think portable toilets are smelly, messy, and overall, unsanitary. If you asked someone who is sensitive about germs to use a portable toilet during an otherwise fabulous outdoor event, they might laugh in your face. However, just because a toilet is portable doesn’t mean it […]