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  1. On a Hot Streak: Fire Safety Tips for Portable Restroom Trailers
    On a Hot Streak: Fire Safety Tips for Portable Restroom Trailers
    The summer months keep things hot; some days can be a scorcher. As much as we like the warmer months, there are certain things that shouldn’t be burning up: your skin at the beach, a batch of cookies for movie night, and your mobile restroom trailers. While there is sunscreen for skin and timers for ovens…what is there to protect your trailer? This guide will help. We compiled a list of things to remember during use and maintenance to ensure your trailer stays safe. Your business may be on a hot streak, but keep your fleet cool with these tips: Enact a No-Smoking Policy The best way to keep your trailer from catching on fire is to well, get rid of fires. Smoking in a restroom trailer is a terrible idea. Not only can the flame interact with the cleaning chemicals you may be using or set toilet paper or paper towels alight, but it can also fill the space with smoke. While restroom trailers have ventilation systems, they were not made to handle large amounts of smoke at once. When using your trailer on job sites or at events, put up “no smoking” signs both outside and inside the trailer. This will remind guests to keep flames away and your trailers safe. Keep Candles Away Similar to not smoking in trailers, you should certainly keep open flames, such as candles, away from your fleet. While the luxury vibes of certain trailers may tempt you to set the mood, or mosquitos outside make you want to put some citronellas inside, don’t do it. Since people in trailers are often close to one another, there is a risk of someone knocking a candle over. Not only is wax annoying to clean up, but the falling flame can result in much worse and leave you wishing it was just a minor cleaning task. Check Power Cords Regularly check the power cords you use to connect your trailer to outlets or generators. Ensure that they are free of loose ends, fraying, or exposed wires and that they don’t get twisted or kinked throughout their use. Damaged power cords can be a major safety hazard. The electricity that passes through them can cause sparks that not only hurt people but can cause fires if they catch something particularly flammable. Stock Fire Extinguishers Fire extinguishers, blankets, and other fire-prevention items should be within reach of each unit in your fleet. If something falls under the radar during maintenance or an accident happens during use, you could save your trailer from severe damage with some fast action and the right supplies. Additionally, make sure that those who are using the trailer know where those supplies are. This ensures you can take the quickest actions possible, saving lives and your trailer. Ensure Adequate Ventilation Check-in on the vents in your trailer often. When air gets trapped in a trailer, it can also trap in heat and flammable chemicals. The cleaning products, deodorizers, and air fresheners you use all have chemicals that can interact and create a very flammable environment. If they get too hot, which can happen in the warmer months when the trailers are in the heat or when exposed to an open flame, these chemicals in the air can spark a massive chemical fire that puts you, your guests, and your fleet in danger. In addition to being very flammable, these chemicals are also dangerous to breathe in at high concentrations. Ensuring your trailer has adequate ventilation by clearing out air vents and maintaining an air conditioning unit that your trailer may have used helps keep clean air coming into the trailer and pushes contaminated air out. It also keeps your trailer smelling fresher and feeling cooler. Perfect Placement Regarding fire safety, where you put your trailers is just as important as what you do or don’t put in them. Protect your trailer by parking it away from possible fire hazards, like exhaust vents, bonfires, or grills. These fire and heat sources are enemies of trailers, and keeping them away helps keep them protected. If you are using more than one trailer in your fleet in the same area, space them out a bit. Putting your trailers right next to each other or even touching is a risky game. One trailer on fire can also put the other trailers nearby at risk. Harm to one of your trailers is terrible enough, but having a whole fleet damaged by one fire would be devastating. Protect your investment or security deposit, and keep your trailers adequately spaced. Fire safety often comes down to common sense and friendly reminders. Treat your trailers with care and caution, just as you would your home.
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  2. Empowering Communities with Portable Restroom Trailers
    Empowering Communities with Portable Restroom Trailers
    As we enter the depths of the summer months, we also enter the height of the outdoor social season. Festivals, charity events, days in the park, and camping trips are all hallmarks of this time of year. They get everyone outside together and bring communities closer together. Although it can be an overlooked detail for guests, proper facilities are vital to the success of these events, and one such facility is the restroom. Here’s how mobile restroom trailers play a small part in making a big difference. Making Park Days Accessible Historically, trips to the park haven’t been a walk in the park for everyone. Those who experience health challenges that require frequent restroom use have often found difficulty with the lack of facilities available to them. With the widespread use of portable restroom trailers, parks are more prepared for those with disabilities, both visible and invisible. Additionally, a wide range of ADA restroom trailers are on the market today. These make trips to the park and the bathroom accessible for those with mobility issues. Everyone needs to use the restroom, and everyone should have equal access to facilities, no matter where they are. Portable restrooms offer comfortable, accessible bathroom facilities so no one in your community feels left behind on a sunny day out. Comfort During Disaster Natural disasters cause a great deal of heartache for affected communities but also introduce many issues in the aftermath. Damage to homes and businesses leaves many needing a place to shower, use the restroom, or do laundry. The last thing you want during a crisis is to feel like you have nowhere to go, and sometimes, a warm shower and fresh clothes can make all the difference in feeling a bit more normal in a bad situation. Mobile laundry trailers, shower trailer rentals, and restroom trailers are all available for communities impacted by disasters. They offer a comfort that your run-of-the-mill plastic porta-potty can’t–something that looks and feels more like home. Normalcy is a beacon of hope in times of need, and these trailers offer a taste of that. Helping Those Experiencing Homelessness Winter is often the time that people focus on community outreach for those suffering from a lack of housing. Cold weather and the holidays remind people of the luxuries they have: a roof over their heads and warm meals. For people experiencing homelessness, though, these unmet needs are felt all year round. Often, those struggling with homelessness go for extended periods of time without showers and wear the same dirty clothes day after day. This causes significant hygiene issues within struggling groups and can create roadblocks when finding jobs or connecting with other community members. Portable shower trailers and laundry units can meet these hygiene concerns. These units offer a safe and private place for struggling individuals to get themselves and their clothes clean. These units are well suited for charities working in outreach, as they are reliable and easily moved between vulnerable locations. Not only do these facilities help people without homes restore a feeling of cleanliness and dignity, but they also help them take one step further in overcoming their current challenges. Clean clothes and a fresh shave can be a game-changer in a job interview, putting them on the right track and changing their lives. Mental well-being can start with physical well-being, and these units offer the opportunity to improve both in a way that brings communities together and propels them forward. Are you a non-profit looking to add support to your fleet? Check out our dedicated resource page, which has information tailored especially to you. Let us help you in your work to help others. Championing Community Events Whether it’s a charity gala or a community picnic event, black-tie or slip-and-slides, events like these do so much for an area's unity. Wherever the venue may be, restroom trailers can be there to make sure the event goes off without a hitch. Municipalities can take advantage of the great weather the summer months offer by hosting these events outdoors, and restroom trailers make that possible by bringing the proper facilities wherever needed. Regardless of where the event is or how many will attend, there is a trailer that can help you achieve your goals of uniting your community. There are many trailers available that can service guest lists, both big and small. Don’t worry about your trailer holding up to the whole community coming out for your event…your success shouldn’t be cause for concern, and restroom trailers are up for the task. Sporting events, festivals, outdoor concerts, movie nights, and barbeques all offer communities the chance to come out and be together. These opportunities for togetherness contribute to a sense of unity, which is so important, especially when hard times come.
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  3. How Do Restroom Trailers Work?
    How Do Restroom Trailers Work?
    You likely never think about how the restrooms in your home or traditional office building work unless you are exceptionally curious. Restroom trailers are quite a bit different from your standard brick-and-mortar bathroom, and that can raise many questions. After all, where does everything go? How does it actually work? Well, we happen to know the answers to those questions and many more. We decided to unlock the mysteries of the universe, or at least of restroom trailers. Anatomy No, no, no, not that kind of anatomy…we are not your high school biology teacher, and by now, you should hopefully know about all of that. We mean the anatomy of a restroom trailer. Most trailers have standard bathroom essentials: toilets, sinks, lights, and, in some cases, showers. From the user experience perspective, a restroom trailer isn’t all that different from any other restroom they’ve ever used. The differences are in what’s going on behind the scenes. Water and Waste When you flush the toilet in a portable restroom trailer or use the sink to wash your hands, much like in your typical bathroom, water flushes waste out, and clean water comes in. However, unlike your toilet, sink, or shower at home, waste does not go directly into the city's sewer system; it goes into a holding tank. A restroom trailer typically has two or three water tanks. One holds fresh, clean water for refilling toilets, which runs in the sinks at the handwashing stations, and the other contains wastewater. In cases where there are three tanks, separate tanks for toilet and sink wastewater are provided. These tanks make managing wastewater much easier, as transporting wastewater for proper processing is simply moving tanks to and from the trailer. Now, how are you supposed to know where to put the wastewater? That is the question of the day. Dispose of Wastewater Properly We understand that there can be many questions and confusion surrounding how to dispose of waste in your septic tanks, and we’re here to help. There are a few options to consider when choosing how to dispose of wastewater in your trailer: 1. Go To a Treatment Plant: If you’ve purchased a portable restroom trailer, you can take your trailer to a wastewater treatment plant near one. One of the great benefits of trailers is their superior transportability, so you can drive your tank right on. These facilities can empty your tank and send you on your way to your next location. *Important Note: Moving trailers with full waste tanks can be dangerous as it can make them too heavy. We recommend option two as the safest method. 2. Use a Waste Removal Service: The other option you have is to call a septic tank pumping business. These are ideal, particularly if you are not stationed near a wastewater treatment facility because they can come right to you. They typically roll up in a truck with a large vacuum connected to a tank. They will suck the wastewater from your tank into their own and drive away to process that themselves. When renting a portable restroom trailer, pumper services are typically required from the vendor. Removal services typically charge a fee for on-site waste removal; however, this allows you to skip the journey to the treatment plant. At the treatment plant, water from trailers joins the water from every other traditional restroom in your area for processing. Electricity and Energy In your home or office, it’s apparent that the energy source for the lights to come on and the air conditioning to run is the electrical system the building as a whole runs on. But what about a trailer? It isn’t a building hooked into the standard electrical grid, so how does everything stay on and running? There are a few answers to this: Firstly, a trailer can be hooked up to a power generator, much like the ones you would use as a backup if the power went out in your house during a storm. These generators provide the essential electricity needed to keep the trailer's functions running. Another option is a direct hookup to a high-voltage outlet. You can find these outside or even inside many buildings. Long power cords connect the trailer to the power generated from the building. This means that, like any traditional restroom you use, the functions run on the energy from the standard power grid. There are also solar-assisted trailers on the market. These use solar panels to aid in the energy production of units so that not all of the power comes from a generator or outlet. These trailers offer a more sustainable energy alternative that reduces electrical costs and the burden on less sustainable energy sources.
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