Teri Pahon, owner of Portable Restroom Trailers, was contacted by Police Chief Boyd from Seaside Heights, NJ, one of the hardest hit communities from Hurricane Sandy. Chief Boyd spoke with Pahon on Wednesday to inquire about having restroom and shower trailers sent to New Jersey for the relief workers. Pahon was also contacted by a Post Office in order to keep the offices open and running in the areas that had lost power and water, and additionally by another community for portable restrooms for their Fire Department. Pahon responded immediately and sent the portable trailers to NJ for the Post Office and emergency personnel to use.
Since much of the Jersey Shore was without power, gas, and water, that meant there was nowhere for the emergency response teams to shower, wash hands, or even answer nature’s call. They needed help and Portable Restroom Trailers offered a quick solution.
“Even without water, we will be installing portable tanks and refilling water and providing a pumper service as they need it,” stated Pahon.
Within twenty-four hours, Pahon’s company had their trailers up and running with heat and hot water.
The portable restroom trailers supplied to the emergency workers are self contained with fresh water and waste water tanks, and generators are supplied when necessary for power to light and heat them. The shower trailer provides private shower stations, whereas the restroom trailer provides private stalls with flushable toilets instead.
Although there are still residents without power or even a home, the emergency response teams are working hard to help rebuild the communities, and Portable Restroom Trailers is helping make the relief efforts a success.
Portable Restroom Trailers has been in business since 2007 and provides quality mobile restroom equipment and services nationwide. Portable Restroom Trailers creates an affordable upscale solution while bringing a healthy, sanitary, personal, and safe alternative to families and businesses.