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The other day I drove through a neighborhood that is still building homes. I noticed a little porta potty by the road. One of the construction guys happened to be going in while another was on his way there. On the way out, which was on the other side of the circular development, I noticed another porta potty by the road. My first thought was “why don’t they just put the porta potties in one central location?” Then I began to think about the benefits that a portable restroom trailer would offer. Take the example of the scenario that I observed; one person was in the porta potty while another waited. That’s valuable time wasted. One small restroom trailer in a convenient central location with access to multiple stalls would allow more than one person to use the restroom, saving time and therefore saving money. Additionally, providing clean and sanitary restroom conditions will take away the risk of illness spreading to and from the workers. With a portable restroom trailer, the workers would be able to wash their hands with soap and running water. This will keep everyone healthy, strong, and able to work, which in turn, will increase productivity. Lastly, a portable bathroom trailer will be more appealing to those driving through the neighborhood looking at homes to buy. In fact, they may not even realize what it is. If I were a potential buyer, I would think “If the builders cared this much to provide a good environment for their employees, they must have put that much more pride and quality into building these homes.” The little amount of effort it takes for a small detail as that could translate to big results for you.
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Planning an event can be stressful and takes months of preparation. Whether you’re planning a graduation party, wedding, corporate event, or just remodeling your home, there are imminent issues to think of. How to accommodate for everyone’s needs is a significant matter to take into account. Restrooms, in particular, are a concern to all. Health issues, ease of access, waiting times, cleanliness, and overall cost are topics of concern when considering how to provide portable restrooms for guests. Everyone wants to feel secure that when they use the restroom it will be safe, sanitary, swift, and simple. There are a variety of models and types of portable restroom trailers so that you can choose the right one to accommodate your budget and suit your needs. If your house is being remodeled, there is a unit with a shower. If you need handicap access, there are ADA compliant units with low ramps, full sized doors, and tons of extra space. If you will be entertaining larger crowds, there are units with multiple restrooms to accommodate the masses, quickly and efficiently. Whatever the need, portable restroom trailers take away the anxiety and stress so there is one less thing to worry about. Don’t you want to feel confident that your guests are clean and comfortable so that you can sit back, relax, and enjoy your party?
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On any job site the presence of portable restroom increases productivity by keeping workers on-site. In the construction market the hours saved translates into countless millions of dollars, perhaps billions, on an annual basis. The mining industry, with remote drilling sites, utilizes thousands of portable restrooms. Large manufacturing and processing facilities, where work is performed outside, also use portable restrooms to improve productivity. Hours are dollars and portable restrooms provide the best return of any rental equipment where labor is the biggest expense.
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While the digital age has driven the demand for paper down, resulting in the closing of hundreds of paper mills nationwide, there is one type of paper that will never see a downturn in demand: Toilet paper. And it's this lowly staple of restrooms everywhere that's the reason one shuttered mill has been reopened, giving 176 people back their jobs. According to a Wall Street Journal article the last mill to close in the tiny town of Gorham, New Hampshire, has been reopened. And the 100-year-old Gorham Paper & Tissue mill has the growing US population, and the demand for toilet paper that comes with it, to thank. In the past, the mills in northern New Hampshire created rolls of writing paper, newsprint and printing paper, but as email and eBooks became more popular, the need for paper dropped an estimated 61% between 2001 and 2011. Workers and families who had worked at these mills for generations, suddenly found themselves unemployed. And they stayed out of work until a private-equity firm noticed the demand for toilet tissue rose over 7% during the same time period. So they bought the mill, hired back many of the workers, and plan on pumping $60 million into the mill. That's a whole lot of green paper to bet on toilet paper. Willis Blevins, the 70-year-old manager of Gorham Paper & Tissue said, "I know of nothing that can replace it. You can do digital on books and financials and all this, but it's hard to do digital on tissue paper, hand towels and so forth." He added, "Your bath tissue is always going to be there, in my opinion. What are you going to replace it with?" He has good reason to be so certain—at Portable Restroom Trailers, we only use the highest quality tissue in our restrooms, and I doubt highly we'll see iToiletPaper announced at an Apple conference any time soon.
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Portable Restroom Trailers was recently called into action by a large industrial truck transmission manufacturing plant that is under construction in South Carolina to provide a clean, comfortable restroom trailer at its facility. The plant is nearing completion and they provided porta potties for the construction workers, but now the engineers are coming in to set up and calibrate the machinery. The engineers are from Germany, where in most of Europe, porta potties are not widely used but Restroom Trailers are the norm. The German engineers refused to use porta potties, so the company had to find a suitable restroom trailer in a short time and within their budget. They looked at www.portablerestroomtrailers.com for information and then called Portable Restroom Trailers at 1-877-600-8645 and we were able to provide them our Comfort Elite III at a price in their budget. And we have happy German engineers.